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Atlantic Union relying on faith in seeking college revival

Grant Welker |

At a time when many small schools have closed, been forced to merge or not expected to survive, Atlantic Union is trying to re-establish itself after shutting down classes for four years once it lost...

Local gym owner levels playing field for athletes

Emily Micucci |

Brendan Aylward, 24, is making fitness accessible for everyone at his Lancaster gym.

Local companies win Mass. SBA honors

An abrasives maker and an information-technology solutions provider were both recognized as businesses of the year from the Massachusetts branch of the U.S. Small Business Administration, the agency...

Former Niche chef training Worcester up-and-comers


Cornelius Rogers moved on from Niche Hospitality to help train the next generation of Worcester chefs at the Worcester Regional Food Hub.

Opinion: Worcester's women entrepreneurs need to stop sailing solo


You're going to need your crew to stay afloat. Trust me.

101: Encouraging candor


Candor – or openness and truthfulness – is necessary to create transparency, get good ideas, give feedback and promote healthy debate.

Immigrants stopped Central Mass. population drop

Grant Welker |

Worcester and Middlesex counties – and the state as a whole – have relied heavily on immigrants for population growth this past decade.

Cogmedix boosted revenues 60% last year

Laura Finaldi |

Worcester-based Cogmedix, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Coghlin Companies in Westborough, has found success through targeted offerings.

Niche executive chef leaves for Worcester food incubator

Neil Rogers, the executive chef of Niche Hospitality Group, has left to be the kitchen operations manager of the Worcester Regional Food Hub, a commercial kitchen facility for food startups.

10 things I know about ... Entrepreneurs using time wisely

Michael Gladstone |

10) 15 minutes the night before saves you two hours the next day!

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