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Milford's Sira Naturals awarded first legal marijuana growing license

Zachary Comeau |

Milford-based Sira Naturals has been awarded the state's first recreational marijuana license, allowing it to grow recreational marijuana at its facility in town.

Roots opening concept clothing store at Natick Mall

Grant Welker |

The Canadian clothing store Roots will open a concept store at the Natick Mall next Thursday as part of its expansion into the Boston area.

Framingham State secures $1M STEM grant

Grant Welker |

Framingham State University has been awarded a $1 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to increase STEM education.

R.I. architectural firm opening Worcester office

Grant Welker |

LLB Architects, a Rhode Island architectural firm that designs commercial, residential and other developments, will open a Worcester office next month, it announced Wednesday.

St. Mary's Credit Union to open Framingham branch

St. Mary's Credit Union will open a new branch in Framingham, the credit union said Wednesday.

House passes bill giving $337M to community hospitals

State House News Service |

The House on Tuesday night passed health care reform legislation that uses $337 million in new assessments to stabilize community hospitals.

Versatile launches healthcare IT arm as health goes digital

Grant Welker |

Versatile, a Marlborough IT company, has launched a health care arm as information technology belatedly a major presence in the health field.

Devens operators sued for allegedly polluting Nashua River

Zachary Comeau |

The Conservation Law Foundation is suing the Devens Enterprise Commission and MassDevelopment for what it calls pollution of the Nashua River and runoff water coming from the former Fort Devens Army...

Small steps add up in workplace fitness efforts

Susan Shalhoub |

Central Massachusetts companies are making it easier to get exercise during the work day, whether it's a quick walk or even a game of cornhole.

For the underserved, primary care landscape is changing

Livia Gershon |

An increasing amount of primary care is being provided by agencies set up specifically with low-income and marginalized people in mind: federally qualified community health centers.

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