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Prime Power Rentals of Millbury led the Central Massachusetts contingency of the Inc. 5000, Inc. magazine’s annual list of the fastest-growing companies in the nation.
Key players in the Central Mass. life science ecosystem are taking on a new initiative to help launch Worcester to the forefront of bioindustrial manufacturing.
These are the fastest growing jobs in Massachusetts, according to the Mass. Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
The need for growth is forcing Clark to expand, but the university is taking steps to be a good neighbor through thoughtful development and attempts to continue to integrate itself in the community with which it has been entwined since 1887.
The Massachusetts Executive Office of Economic Development awarded $164 million through 338 grants for economic development projects around the state, including 55 in Central Mass.
Chiller Technology, a Woburn-based HVAC company, is suing Milkmen Cultivation, a Clinton-based cannabis company, over a lack of payments.
Boston-based developer GFI Partners has purchased 221 acres of industrial-zoned land at 241 Sturbridge Road in Charlton for $8.3 million. The Town approved a plan for a 1.4-million square-foot warehouse at the site in 2021.
A six-story building featuring commercial space and 40 apartments was approved by the Framingham Planning Board at its Sept. 21 meeting.
Worcester commercial real estate brokerage Kelleher & Sadowsky Associates hired as a new executive vice president Dan Cordeau.
Saint-Gobain Ceramics & Plastics, Inc. is seeking to build a new 35,000 square-foot warehouse, building on its existing campus at 12 New Bond St. in Worcester.
Abby’s House, a Worcester nonprofit that provides shelter, housing, and advocacy for women with and without children, received funding from the Executive Office of Housing and Livable Communities and the City of Worcester to renovate its existing
Gov. Maura Healey on Wednesday will unveil a five-year, $4.12 billion housing bond bill that's packed to the gills with funding and policy reforms aimed at spurring much-needed production of new units, upgrading the aging and neglected public
Timberline Construction, a Canton based company that recently opened a Worcester office, named Clare Connell as its new chief financial officer. She will also serve as CFO of Timberline Communications.
Natick-based MathWorks is planning to add a four-story 209,147-square-foot building to its Lakeside Campus and to demolish a nearby office building for parking.
The median price of a single-family home in Worcester County shot up in September as home sales continued their slump.
Now as president and CEO of Pathways for Change, a leading rape crisis center in Massachusetts, Dawkins’ work directly impacts the lives of those impacted by sexual violence.
Three seasons after moving the Boston Red Sox's top minor league franchise to Worcester, the ownership group of the Worcester Red Sox have reached an agreement to sell the team to Diamond Baseball Holdings, according to a Boston Globe report. Diamond is a New York City-based holding company with more than 20 other minor league baseball franchises, including the Portland Sea Dogs in Maine. The sale to the corporate owner contradicts WooSox Chairman Larry Lucchino's previous comments that he wanted to sell to a local owner.