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New charges in New England Compounding Center case

Grant Welker |

Six years after a nationwide fungal meningitis case traced to New England Compounding Center, charges have been filed against a man who allegedly made false statements to agents.

Worcester signs agreements with two recreational pot stores

Two marijuana companies, which had previously signed agreements with Worcester for medical marijuana facilities, have signed recreational agreements with the city.

Central Mass. care centers staff at above-average levels

Grant Welker |

Health care is expensive in Massachusetts, but when it comes to health and rehabilitation centers, staffing levels here are generally above national averages, statistics show.

September deliberations set for nursing staffing ballot question

State House News Service |

Twenty citizen panelists will participate in four days of deliberations on a 2018 ballot question calling for mandatory nurse staffing ratios, a fiercely debated measure.

House committee moving toward bill supporting abortion access

State House News Service |

The House Committee on Ways and Means has begun moving legislation eliminating antiquated anti-abortion statutes, as abortion access has become less certain nationally.

Former legislator tapped for UMMHC post

Grant Welker |

A former Worcester state representative and Patrick administration official has been named the vice president of government and community relations for UMass Memorial Health Care.

AMSC lands $11M system orders, eyes turnaround

Fresh off of a series of legal victories in a longstanding dispute with a Chinese company, AMSC is getting back to business with $11 million worth of orders for its energy management systems.

Assumption College founds new institute

Assumption College has created a new center for study named after late U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.

$500K state grant to benefit new Worcester market

Grant Welker |

The state has awarded a $500,000 for kitchen equipment at a planned food market in Worcester's Canal District.

Warren: Herald bankruptcy case example of needed reform

State House News Service |

Railing against a system she said has an "undeniable tilt" in favor of the rich and powerful, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday pointed to the Boston Herald to make her case for bankruptcy policy...

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