With dieting, more are aware of importance, fewer take action

Susan Shalhoub |

Fewer adults today say they're dieting. But dietitians serve to answer questions from those who can be confused by conflicting or shifting trends.

Clinton industrial building sold to real estate firm

An 80,000-square-foot manufacturing building and parking lot in Clinton has sold to a real estate firm for $3.4 million.

IPG Photonics' tax break approved by state

Zachary Comeau |

The tax break for IPG Photonics' planned $70 million expansion of its Oxford headquarters has been approved by the state.

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Falling behind: Worcester median income drops nearly 6%

Grant Welker |

The median income for a Worcester household fell by nearly 6 percent last year, appearing to show the city being left outside of broad economic gains statewide and elsewhere.

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Worcester to conduct citywide housing study

Grant Welker |

A new study slated to begin this fall will seek to compare best housing practices in Worcester and similar cities and to update a previous housing study done in 2012.

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TJX appoints new director, its fifth female member

TJX Cos. has elected a former executive at UBS Wealth Management USA as its newest director.

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Cannabis regulators begin final inspections

State House News Service |

Marijuana regulators have completed at least one final inspection of a retail marijuana shop and more are scheduled.

UMass fined $230,000 for data breaches

UMass Memorial Medical Group and flagship hospital UMass Memorial Medical Center will pay the state $230,000 after complaints of two data breaches.

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Top credit unions

Ranked by assets as of Dec. 31, 2017

RankCredit unionAssetsNo. of members
1Digital FCU, Marlborough$8.3 billion711,139
2Workers Credit Union, Fitchburg$1.6 billion96,359
3Webster First FCU, Worcester$901 million67,511

Source: National Credit Union Administration

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