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Greater Worcester continues to approve new home construction at a fraction of the pace it did before the Great Recession, losing pace with the rest of the state, according to new data released Thursday.
Family Dental Group has opened its Northborough location to go with existing offices in Gardner and Paxton.
Milford Regional Medical Center has been recognized for its stroke care by the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association.
Almost a year after the Legislature and governor put in law new efforts to research, understand and treat Alzheimer's disease, advocates and lawmakers gathered at the State House on Tuesday to mark their progress and turn towards new priorities.
The Grand View wedding and event venue on the shore of Nipmuc Pond in Mendon has been sold to a New York group for $4.1 million.
U-Haul is planning an overhaul of a 93,000-square-foot Framingham office building formerly home to biotech firm Genzyme, with plans to convert the structure into a 600-unit self-storage facility.
Fidelity Bank and Family Federal Savings are merging, the two banks announced Tuesday, with the combined company operating under the Fidelity name.
Marlborough-based medtech CardioFocus said Tuesday its flagship system to treat an irregular heartbeat is now available at 100 hospitals around the world.
Rides with ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft rose by 49% in 2018 as the city looks to increase ridership on the Worcester Regional Transit Authority, possibly by making it a free service in a city with limited public transportation options.
The former headmaster of St. John’s High School has been named the new CEO of Whitinsville-based UniBank, and the former interim president will step into the permanent role.
UMass Memorial Community Healthlink in Worcester on Monday reported a data breach of two employee email accounts from April.
The Menkiti Group is hoping for a tax-increment exemption plan for a $9-million, 24-unit market rate apartment project at the former Performing Arts School of Worcester.
Marlborough’s Allegro MicroSystems, LLC was penalized $9,503 by MassDEP for violating hazardous waste regulations at its former facility in Worcester.
In order to be known as a diverse and inclusive city, Worcester has launched its Diverse Business Directory.
A New York City investment firm has purchased the 250-unit Quinn 35 apartment complex at Lakeway Commons in Shrewsbury for $77 million.
Lisa Brennan used to drive by the Genesis Club on Lincoln Street in Worcester when she worked for immigration services for nearby Ascentria Care Alliance. But despite always working in human services, she never knew what the Genesis Club did.
When someone suffers from a serious injury, ailment or life-threatening event where a trip to hospital is required, that patient may start in the intensive care unit, be moved to an intermediate care unit and then as recovery improves ultimately be transferred to a medical/surgical unit before be
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Though the true numbers won’t be reported until this fall, the early word from Central Massachusetts accountable care organization (ACO) partners is they are happy with the way the MassHealth restructured system of care delivery has been established, implemented and integrated.
Barely over three years ago, Bill Downing was charged with illegally selling cannabidiol out of his retail shop. Today, Downing gets referrals from physical therapists, chiropractors and oncologists. Little else may better illustrate how much the public perception around CBD has changed.
A report in May brought troubling news for Worcester: In 2018, 97 city residents died from opioid overdoses, the highest number ever recorded.
Though the disease was declared eliminated in the United States in 2000, measles is making a comeback in the country, with this year bringing the highest number of cases since 1992.
IPG Photonics CEO Valentin Gapontsev and the U.S. Department of the Treasury, given until Friday to try to reach a resolution regarding Gapontsev’s name being included on a list of Russian oligarchs, apparently need more time.
Worcester saw a 49% growth of rideshares started in the city in 2018, but the city ranked behind other less populous areas in total rides and rides per capita despite being the second largest city in the state, according to data compiled by state officials.
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