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Leverage diversity to your benefit

BONNIE J. WALKER |

Diversity is all the ways we are unique by demographics, beliefs, backgrounds, talents, capabilities, ideas, ways of living, generation and experience.

State orders National Grid work moratorium

State House News Service |

State officials on Monday announced that a natural gas pressurization incident in Woburn had spurred them to impose a moratorium on all non-emergency and non-compliance work across National Grid's...

WPI using International Space Station to test clearer Earth-to-space communications

Grant Welker |

Researchers from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and other schools are using the International Space Station to test space communications they say could have major implications for space missions.

EPA: Mass. had 28 unhealthy air days in 2018

State House News Service |

There were 28 days with unhealthy air quality in New England during 2018, up from 25 in 2017, but Massachusetts residents experienced significantly fewer days with bad air quality.

Turning the WRTA garage into the Trolley Yard

Michael O'Brien and his Galaxy Development bought the longtime home of the WRTA garage at the corner of Grove Street and Park Avenue in Worcester for $3.8 million in 2016.

101:Building teams

SUSAN SHALHOUB |

Today, companies are all about collaboration. Working groups and corporate cohorts are as much a part of our modern lexicon in professional environments as words like meetings and cubicles were years...

Worcester's fifth brewery

Zachary Comeau |

Redemption Rock Brewing Co. looks to join the city's craft beer scene by December

Worcester approves $101M financing for PawSox ballpark

Grant Welker| Zachary Comeau |

City councilors on Wednesday approved the borrowing of nearly $101 million to pay for a ballpark in the Canal District and other ordinances for the project.

Redemption Rock Brewing hopes to open on Shrewsbury Street this year

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester's fifth brewery and second on Shrewsbury Street hopes to jump into the Central Massachusetts craft beer scene later this year.

Mass. ranks sixth in energy efficiency jobs, per report

State House News Service |

Massachusetts ranks sixth in the nation for number of full-time energy efficiency jobs in 2017, according to a new report, dropping from fourth in 2016.

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