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Creative Hub Worcester fundraising $850k from goal

Grant Welker |

Creative Hub Worcester co-founders Stacy Lord and Laura Marotta are $850,000 away from reaching their fundraising goal and start construction on a new arts and events center.

WPI using $240K grant to address gender, racial biases

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester Polytechnic Institute received a $240,000 grant from the Davis Educational Foundation to help teach WPI students how to call out biases in race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status or...

Framingham State pairs with Assumption, Newbury colleges

Framingham State University has partnered with Assumption College and Newbury College to give students an option to earn a graduate degree just one year after their bachelor's.

House passes life science bill

State House News Service |

The Massachusetts House on Wednesday nearly unanimously approved a bill to support the state's life sciences industry.

Virtusa reports record $1B fiscal 2018 revenue

Southborough IT giant Virtusa ended its fiscal 2018 in excess of $1 billion in revenue for the first time in the company’s history.

State lawmakers begin sports betting talks after SCOTUS ruling

State House News Service |

Monday's ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court that states are free to legalize sports betting opened the door to the possibility of a further expansion of gaming in Massachusetts.

Boston Scientific responds to '60 Minutes' episode on transvaginal mesh allegations

Zachary Comeau |

Medical device maker Boston Scientific is responding after a “60 Minutes” segment that aired Sunday highlighted claims that the company's transvaginal mesh products are ineffective and...

TJX lays off 300 IT workers

Zachary Comeau |

Retail giant TJX COs. has laid off 300 information technology workers as it outsources some services to a third-party provider, the company said in a statement.

10 Things I Know About ... Card payments

Keith Reardon |

Need help setting up a credit card payment system?

MassLive sees growth in Central Mass.

New York-based Advance Local is growing its presence in Central Massachusetts. The company is set to open an office for its MassLive Media division near the Worcester Common this month.

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