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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.
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
Is our healthcare system healthy? Are we, as a nation, getting healthier? Consider the good, bad & ugly.
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.
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.
The Worcester Redevelopment Authority is closer to controlling all land necessary for the $101-million ballpark for the soon-to-be Worcester Red Sox after taking several actions Friday.
The POW! WOW! Worcester festival is coming back for its fourth year in August, looking to add to the 115 graffiti murals spray-painted on city walls since 2016 and develop its first interactive mural.
Both BJ’s Wholesale Club CEO Christopher Baldwin and Hologic CEO Stephen MacMillan made $42 million each in total compensation last year, largely thanks to one-time stock awards. Baldwin was awarded about 2% of BJ’s as it launched it public offering, and Hologic’s board awarded him the bonus to keep him with the company. MacMillan’s total compensation was more than 130 times what the median Hologic employee salary.
Avidia Bank, headquartered in Hudson, is renovating its Main Street location into a full-time corporate office center and moving those branch operations to its financial center just down the street.
The Grand View, a waterfront event venue in Mendon, is being sold to a New York-based management group from Imperial Cars owner Kevin Meehan.
Westfield engineering and environmental consulting firm Tighe & Bond is relocating to a 16,000-square-foot office space in the Mercantile Center to house 80 employees.
The craft beer market is becoming saturated and competitive, causing many breweries to report flat or negative growth, according to a report released the national trade group Brewers Association.
The top two Democrats on Beacon Hill and Gov. Charlie Baker said Tuesday evening that they had agreed to seek a three-month delay to the start of paid family and medical leave benefits for all Massachusetts workers.
Clark University in Worcester has introduced what it calls the country’s first certificate program in cannabis control regulation.
Boston Scientific has closed on the $465-million acquisition of a California biotech about a month after announcing the deal that bolster’s the Marlborough medical device giant’s pain management offerings.
The Worcester Public Library Foundation has launched a $4.1-million capital campaign to support a nearly $13-million renovation of Worcester Public Library.
ReWalk Robotics hopes to eventually reach profitability after the U.S. Food & Drug Administration last week approved the ReStore, an exoskeleton system designed to help stroke patients rehab and eventually walk again.
Gov. Baker is seeking the help of technology industry executives in passing education and housing legislation that he described as critical to developing and retaining a highly qualified workforce.
The Blackstone Valley Animal Hospital in Uxbridge has been sold for $800,000 to a Pennsylvania-based veterinary real estate investing firm.
Thanks to several decades of hard work and planning and the growth of life science business parks in Worcester, the biotech cluster in Central Massachusetts is becoming known on the world stage.
An illegally operated radio station in Worcester has agreed to cease operations and surrender all equipment after the federal government sought an injunction to shut the station down.
A day after Waltham-based Raytheon and the aerospace company United Technologies Corporation announced plans for a blockbuster merger, Gov. Charlie Baker said he does not yet know where in Massachusetts the new company will be located.
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