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Worcester seeks to limit traffic around CSX rail yard

Grant Welker |

The Worcester City Council on Tuesday told municipal officials to find ways cut down on the tractor-trailer traffic going around the CSX freight rail yard, which completed a $100-million expansion.

Bay State high for property, vehicle tax bills

Massachusetts has the country's sixth-highest average residential property tax bill and seventh-highest average vehicle tax bill, according to a new study.

Mass. tough for first-time homebuyers

Massachusetts is the 10th most difficult state for residents to buy a home for the first time, according to a new study, hurt by a shortage of available inventory.

Hanover reorganizing under new CEO

Grant Welker |

Hanover Insurance Group unveiled its new CEO's strategy last week, including combining several divisions, expanding its specialty business and forming a new unit.

Movers & Shakers

Ten professionals got hired or promoted at places including Fallon Health, JM Coull and Fidelity Bank.

Hanlon creates innovative business by focusing on employees

Savannah Donohue |

In 2004, seven years after Paul Hanlon sold his first company Folio Exhibits, his former employees asked him to start a new company. So he did.

Carroll never stops working, advocating

Emily Micucci |

Frank Carroll never left Worcester, but in a vast career in business advocacy bringing him deep into the national political area and an abiding commitment to philanthropy, Carroll's reach extends far...

Main South CDC spending $4M for 80 apts.

A Worcester nonprofit will buy and renovate 80 multi-family residential units in the city thanks to a $4-million bond issued by the state agency MassDevelopment.

Unprecented Boston growth leads to surge in tax revenue

State House News Service |

New residential and commercial construction in Boston spiked in fiscal 2017, a development that means higher property tax revenues for the city, according to Moody's Investors Service.

Solect had record-breaking year with 26MW installed

Grant Welker |

Hopkinton solar installer Solect Energy had a record-breaking 2016, completing 115 sites and installing more than 26 megawatts of total solar output, the company said Wednesday.

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