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Tutwiler said the field is already flooded with "misinformation" about the proposal, stressing that it would not eliminate the MCAS altogether but would instead decouple results from high school graduation requirements.
Nolfo-Clements has authored a number of scholarly papers about local wildlife, including papers about the squirrel population in the Boston Public Garden and the mammal population on Bumpkin Island in Boston Harbor.
Equipment and temporary construction offices will soon be removed from the school’s quad, allowing for its restoration in anticipation of its commencement ceremony slated for June 2.
Jordan told WBJ in October that Clark was one of the few organizations able to pull him out of his recent retirement from Seven Hills Foundation & Affiliates.
While generally supportive of the new rule, the lending industry is concerned about the onus the new requirements put on banks.
The situation in Central Massachusetts, where 15.6% of named executive officers are female, largely mirrors the Massachusetts rate of 16.1% determined in a statewide census.
Halfway through her tenure as the university’s inaugural DEI fellow, Ilyasah Shabazz is helping Worcester State work to sustain an inclusive and welcoming environment
Students at Nichols College studying data science will soon have more resources at their disposal, following a $1-million donation to the school from an anonymous donor.
Beleaguered public transit, K-12 education, and the growing climate and clean energy technology sector would all get major boosts in state funding under Gov. Maura Healey's vision for the year ahead.
The Senate president has said that she hopes to make the state's 15 community colleges free for all by the fall of 2024, but her goal may be affected by the state's changing fiscal environment.
As the number of job vacancies nationally nears 4 million, Central Mass. businesses push to find and keep workers.
People are on the move at UMass Memorial Medical Group, MutualOne Bank, and Boston BioProducts.
Since 2018, professional men’s or women’s soccer teams have been announced or launched in Boston, Hartford, Pawtucket, and Portland, while New England’s second-largest city has been sitting on the proverbial sidelines.
See who won Best of Business 2024 in the best employee services category.
As 2023 comes to a close, it’s time to look back at some of the major business stories that impacted key industries.
The reversal of affirmative action, along with the ongoing drop in enrollment, will create additional challenges in 2024.
The Canal District has gone through a number of transitions over the last few decades. The neighborhood once had one of the higher poverty rates in Worcester when businesses like the Dive Bar moved in, followed by a number of locally owned restaurants and bars. Just over 10 years ago, the retail shop Crompton Collective started attracting a different crowd of people looking for unique goods. This eclectic mix of small businesses and a walkable, urban vibe attracted the owners of Pawtucket Red Sox to move their baseball team in 2021 to the newly developed $160-million Polar Park, the most expensive minor league baseball stadium ever built. That development is being followed by a wave of market-rate multifamily housing projects, which are at varying degrees of development.