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10-year high for workplace deaths in Mass.

Grant Welker |

A construction worker in Sutton, a chef and caterer in Hudson, and a pizza delivery driver in Bellingham were among the 13 Central Massachusetts workers who died on the job last year, as workplace...

MetroWest medical center average for readmissions

MetroWest Medical Center matched the most recent state average for how often patients are readmitted, according to new data from the Center for Health Information and Analysis.

Seven Central Mass. hospitals beat state in readmissions rates

Laura Finaldi |

Seven of the 11 hospitals in Central Massachusetts had four-year readmissions rates lower than the state average, according to new data released Wednesday from the state Center for Health Information...

Oxford firm leases 3,000 sq. ft. in Millbury

Worcester real estate firm Kelleher & Sadowsky announced it has leased 3,000 square feet of office space in Millbury.

Aquarion files for first water rate increase in six years

Aquarion Water Co., which owns and operates water systems for Oxford and Millbury, has filed for a water rate increase for its entire Massachusetts service area, its first in six years.

South County banks eye $1B merger, rebranding

Laura Finaldi |

SpencerBANK and Southbridge Savings Bank, which merged their holding companies in May, will now merge as one institution and rebrand as Cornerstone Bank.

Outdoor sports park to open in Charlton

An outdoor sports park in Charlton for all-terrain vehicles, trucks, motorbikes, climbing, snowmobiles, slacklining and a range of other activities will open April 22.

Dell leads top 10 local manufacturers

After its $67-billion purchase of Hopkinton-based EMC Corp., Texas computer firm Dell Technologies now leads the list of Central Massachusetts' largest manufacturers.

Hudson fitness chain buys Franklin gym

Boost Fitness, a Hudson fitness center chain with eight locations, has bought Team Fitness Franklin, it announced April 7.

North Brookfield Savings Bank hires new CFO

North Brookfield Savings Bank has hired a new chief financial officer and senior vice president in Kimberly Cobb, it announced Monday.

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