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Rutland solar firm completes $100M in projects

Rutland solar project developer Zero-Point Development and a New Jersey energy services firm have completed the construction of 31 megawatts of solar energy projects across Central and Southeast...

NYC executive opens Worcester marketing agency

Zachary Comeau |

In a press release, Jake Messier, founder of HEARD Strategy and Storytelling, said he chose Worcester to the new agency's headquarters.

Worcester community foundation awards $1.4 million

Zachary Comeau |

The Greater Worcester Community Foundation has awarded more than $1.4 million to 137 local nonprofit organizations, the foundation announced this week.

Executive director leaving JCC on firm financial footing

When Holdstein took over the JCC 17 years ago, the organization was more than $1 million in debt and hurting for members and revenue.

10 Things I know about... Why you should start a Worcester business

Sherri Pitcher |

10) Diverse and stable economy. Worcester is home to companies of all sizes from various industries including manufacturing, life sciences, education, healthcare and financial services.

Uxbridge nonprofit facility receives $1.5M bond

Zachary Comeau |

Thanks to a $1.5-million tax-exempt bond from MassDevelopment, Sturbridge nonprofit advocacy group Venture Community Services has opened a facility in Uxbridge.

Railers' attendance rebounds after Halloween dropoff

Zachary Comeau |

The average attendance at the three Worcester Railers home games over the weekend had a 73-percent increase over the number of people who attended the team's Halloween game.

Worcester, nonprofits partner to help hurricane victims

Zachary Comeau |

The City of Worcester is partnering with nonprofit organizations to help the resettlement of evacuees fleeing the destruction left behind by hurricanes Maria and Irma.

You Inc. names medical director

Emily Micucci |

Behavioral health nonprofit You Inc. of Worcester has named Dr. Allison Beckler medical director.

Pay gap creating crisis in human services sector, agencies say

State House News Service |

After the signing of a law calling for equal pay across gender lines, human services agencies are asking legislators for help closing a different sort of pay gap.

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