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Venturing into the unknown of life’s later stages can be daunting. However, if we are armed with the right information, support, and advisors along the way, we can all end up winning at life.
The Grant Street Complex, a 26-unit apartment property in Framingham, has sold for $6.4 million to a company in the Roslindale neighborhood of Boston.
“Why did you choose to join the faculty at UMass Chan?” was the question posed at an event with new colleagues last year. A respected physician-scientist who had worked in Europe and another major U.S.
Worcester County Mechanics Association, which owns and operates Mechanics Hall in Worcester, reported $3.2 million in revenue for fiscal 2023.
The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission on Friday voted 3-1 to approve final changes to regulations for adult recreational and medical marijuana usage. The updated regulations will impact oversight of host community agreements, municipal equity requirements, and suitability reform.
UMass Memorial Health, the largest healthcare provider in Central Massachusetts, has signed a non-binding letter of intent to explore a potential affiliation with one of the region’s few remaining independent hospitals, Milford Regional Medical Center and its Milford Regional Physician Group
The Worcester City Council voted 10-1 to adopt a specialized stretch energy code, making requirements more stringent than existing stretch codes prescribed by the State for 300 communities statewide.
Boston-based streaming technology company SeaChange International, which was formerly based in Acton, added CEO to President Chris Klimmer’s title, approximately a month after the company delisted its shares on the NASDAQ.
A slew of bills dealing with wages -- the state minimum wage, the minimum wage for workers who also earn tips, wages for overtime work, and more -- was before the Labor and Workforce Development Committee on Tuesday, renewing debate over what people working in Massachusetts should be paid.
Striking United Auto Workers labor union members at several plants and distribution centers owned by Ford, General Motors, and Stellantis are asking for a 40% raise over the next four years, along with other benefits, as a condition for return to work. The strikers' salary request is based on them factoring in what they gave up in concessions during the Great Recession and on a similarly large jump in CEO pay at the carmakers over the past four years.
Food insecurity is a growing issue in our community. Compounding this problem is a lack of culturally appropriate or medically suitable food for many older adults.
Known as the sandwich generation, many middle-aged people in the U.S. today are performing a balancing act, working while supporting older children in high school and college, and caring for an aging parent or other loved one who is no longer independent.
The U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness research indicates, “Seniors over 55 are likely the fastest-growing group of people experiencing homelessness … and for many of them, it is first-time homelessness.”
Dementia is a disease of aging that is, for many, the most frightening. Patients lose their sense of agency, and often become totally dependent on others for daily care.
Discussing long-term care options for an aging loved one is not a conversation people happily anticipate. In fact, it can be challenging and uncomfortable. It’s also a conversation that shouldn’t be put off.
Advocates working to prevent UMass Memorial Health from closing its birthing unit at HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital in Leominster are doubling down their efforts in the last days before the planned closure, attempting to persuade Gov. Maura Healey to issue a stay to keep it open.
Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives in Worcester, a life science incubator, has been selected by the U.S. Small Business Administration as a stage two winner of its 2023 Growth Accelerator Fund Competition.
Eastern Insurance Group, a Natick-based subsidiary of Eastern Bankshares of Boston ,will likely be acquired by Illinois insurance giant Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. for $510 million in cash.
CVS Health, headquartered in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, has named Boston Scientific Chairman and CEO Michael Mahoney to its board of directors, effective November 1.
Legislators representing marginalized communities and diverse medical leaders touted comprehensive health equity bills as a solution to overcoming long-standing racial disparities during a hearing Wednesday, though insurers warned the bill's passage could lead to higher costs for patients and employers.
The U.S. Department of Defense on Wednesday chose Massachusetts to lead a regional microelectronics hub, positioning the state for growth in a burgeoning industry that the Healey administration hopes will reach a level of significance akin to the state's life science industry.
Unionized workers at Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts have voted to ratify a new contract to allow for a $2.50 per hour wage increase, added anti-discrimination protections, and increased parental leave.
Ascend Elements is planning to move its headquarters and research-and-development facility from Westborough to Devens in September 2024.
Dean College has named Bill Ingram as the new dean of its Sanders School of Business and Patsy Collins Bandes as the first dean of the School of the Arts.
Aspen Aerogels, a Northborough battery technology company serving the electric vehicle and electric infrastructure industries, tapped Santhosh Daniel as its next chief accounting officer.