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Movers & Shakers

Main Street Bank, Becker College, UniBank and The Training Associates Corp. are among the eight organization who announced recent hires and promotions.

WBJ announces 40 Under Forty for 2017

Meet the Class of 2017 boosting the Central Massachusetts economy and community.

State turns to Texas exec Ramirez to fix MBTA

State House News Service |

Luis Ramírez, who handled a $3.5 billion line of business for General Electric and runs his own consulting firm in Texas, will take the reins as the new general manager and CEO of the MBTA,

MBTA agrees to test regular service to Foxborough on Franklin, Fairmount line

State House News Service |

Regular daily commuter rail service will run to Foxborough beginning in the spring of 2019 under a pilot program that critics say could diminish service in Boston.

Railers to buy EcoTarium new train engine

Zachary Comeau |

The Worcester Railers hockey team have donated $250,000 to the EcoTarium as part of a five-year partnership to enhance science-based learning.

Worcester airport officials believe $32M investment will pay off

Grant Welker |

In spending $32 million to increase airlines' ability to land reliably, state and Worcester officials see the airport becoming a regional transportation hub.

Movers & Shakers

Clinton Savings Bank, Worcester Polytechnic Institute and Venture Community Services were among the eight organization announcing new hires and promotions.

Worcester wants to move CSX's truck station

Grant Welker |

The Worcester city administration is working to relocate a Shrewsbury truck transfer station closer to the CSX rail yard to cut down on the number of trucks passing through residential city streets.

Framingham/Worcester commuter rail to close in Boston this weekend

Commuter rail service along the Framingham-Worcester line will be shut down before reaching Boston this weekend starting Friday night as part of a major reconstruction of a bridge in Boston passing...

Worcester trying to relocate CSX's Shrewsbury truck station

Grant Welker |

The Worcester city administration is working to relocate a Shrewsbury truck transfer station closer to the CSX rail yard to cut down on the number of trucks passing through residential city streets.

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