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Old Sturbridge Village wants to be weatherproof

Ten years into running Old Sturbridge Village, Jim Donahue has grown the 71-year-old museum's revenue to $14 million annually, launched a theatrical division, re-opened its hotel and – starting...

Nurses push safety after Harrington stabbing

Laura Finaldi |

A nurse was stabbed by a patient while working at at Harrington Hospital in Southbridge earlier this month, the latest in a string of attacks of healthcare workers while on the job.

DPH fines Charlton company $46,400 for cleanup violations

A Charlton company has received a $46,400 fine for violating oil and hazardous materials cleanup regulations after reports that hazardous materials had been released at the former Charlton Woolen...

IPG Photonics buying laser company for $40M

IPG Photonics announced Monday that it will acquire a laser-based systems manufacturer in order to better serve the medical device industry.

State approves UMass psychiatric bed reductions

Laura Finaldi |

UMass Memorial Health Care will convert roughly half of its psychiatric beds for medical/surgical use after it received approval from the state public health council on Wednesday for a $30-million...

After Harrington stabbing, nurses call for greater protections

Laura Finaldi |

After a nurse was attacked on Wednesday while on the job at at Harrington Hospital in Southbridge, the state nursing association called for more aggressive safety measures to protect workers at...

Webster's Brookside now offering pulmonary program

Brookside Rehabilitation and Health Center in Webster on Monday announced the launch of a program for rehab patients living with pulmonary diseases.

IPG Photonics buys Florida company

IPG Photonics has purchased one of its suppliers, a Florida manufacturer of chirped volume Bragg gratings.

Harrington names new VP of nursing

Harrington HealthCare System has hired Jessica Calcidise as its next vice president of nursing and ancillary operations.

Eversource buying Aquarion for $1.7 billion

Laura Finaldi |

New England's largest energy supplier and its dominant private water company will combine under a $1.67 billion agreement announced Friday, a move that gives the water company a local owner.

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