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Cannabis opponents want smaller scope in regs

Two years later, many of the same groups that contested the ballot question to legalize marijuana are clashing again over the scope of the newly-legal industry, setting up the state's young...

Movers & Shakers

Bowditch & Dewey and Solect Energy were just a few Central Mass. companies announcing new hires in January.

UMass Memorial bids farewell to Patrick Muldoon

Emily Micucci |

Muldoon worked his last day on Jan. 31, after reversing the Worcester hospital's fortunes in the last four years.

New Hampshire denies Canadian hydrpower transmission project

State House News Serivce |

A permit that the Northern Pass project had been counting on was denied by New Hampshire site evaluators on Thursday, jeopardizing the Bay State's newly minted plan to transmit hydropower from Quebec...

Eversource, Montreal firm chosen for Northern Pass project

State House News Service |

Capping a competitive procurement, the Baker administration and Bay State utilities have selected the Northern Pass project, a joint effort of Eversource and Hydro-Quebec to bring hydropower from...

Best of Business: Best Food & Entertainment for 2018

Our readers voted for the best places to grab a bite to eat in Central Massachusetts.

Hudson's Rail Trail Flatbread Co. opens up its books to workers

Zachary Comeau |

Every employee at the restaurant – and soon two others across the street owned and operated by the same group – is taught the economics of running a restaurant, and to a greater extent,...

Holliston medical pot operation can begin growing

Zachary Comeau |

A Holliston medical marijuana facility has received final approval from Massachusetts health officials to begin cultivation operations.

Virtual reality company brings innovative tech to Marlborough

Mindtrek VR, a virtual reality gaming company, in December opened its second Massachusetts location with a 4,000-square-foot space in Marlborough's Apex Center.

Five C-Mass towns to receive $758K as green communities

Five Worcester County towns have will receive a total of $758,345 after achieving Green Communities designation by the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources.

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