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Wormtown opening NH location, co-founder deinvesting

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester's Wormtown Brewery is opening a second location in New Hampshire after one of the brewery's co-founders agreed to sell his interest in the brewery.

Reliant, Fallon in, UMass out of ACOs

Grant Welker |

Worcester-based health care organizations Reliant Medical Group and Fallon Health are joining together in a planned new feature of MassHealth to begin next March. UMass will not.

20 Central Mass. companies make Inc. 5000 list

Zachary Comeau |

Twenty Central Massachusetts companies made the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies this year.

AMSC downsizing to $3.2M facility in Ayer

Grant Welker |

AMSC, the company downsizing from its massive Devens space, will land a few miles away in Ayer.

QCC, MWCC denounce Nazis, KKK

Presidents of each of the 15 community college in the state - including two in Central Massachusetts - released a statement Thursday condemning the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville.

Access woes complicate heightened focus on behavioral health

State House News Service |

A lack of access to providers can pose barriers for people needing behavioral health care, according to industry officials who on Thursday suggested expanding access to telemedicine services.

Primetals inks lubricant deal with ExxonMobil

Zachary Comeau |

Primetals, with a facility in Worcester, has signed an agreement with ExxonMobil to have the oil-and-gas giant provide lubricants and enhanced technical services exclusively to Primetals customers.

Spectrum to run Virginia prison drug abuse program

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester-based Spectrum Health Systems has been awarded a new contract by the Virginia Department of Correction to implement a substance abuse treatment program.

GWCF awards $342K in mental health grants

Emily Micucci |

The Greater Worcester Community Foundation last week announced that $342,000 has been awarded through its Fairlawn Foundation Fund.

UMMS panel to call for protection of NIH funding

Emily Micucci |

Congressman James McGovern and others will call on Congress and the White House not to cut National Institutes of Health funding for critical medical research in a panel discussion today.

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