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Nichols develops accounting program for Boston firm

Zachary Comeau |

Nichols College has partnered with a regional accounting firm to offer a graduate curriculum tailored for the company's employees.

Marijuana grower seeks 1M-plus-sf Charlton facility

Zachary Comeau |

A marijuana grower in Charlton is seeking town and community approval to construct a massive facility at the site of an apple orchard.

April up and down for MetroWest home sales

Grant Welker |

Ten notable MetroWest communities had a mixed April for single-family home sales, with prices rising in six of them, and the number of sales up in five.

Two YMCAs to merge in Central Mass.

Grant Welker |

YMCA of Central Massachusetts and Tri-Community YMCA of Southbridge are merging, the two agencies have announced.

Three Central Mass. companies pay top exec at least 100 times higher than median employee

Zachary Comeau |

Three Central Massachusetts companies have reported CEO pay at least 100 times that of respective companies' median employees.

Harrington Physician Services shifting gynecology services, adding partnership

Harrington Physician Services in Southbridge will shift to a full-time gynecology office by the end of the month, with obstetrics shifting to other offices in a new partnership.

Webster Price Chopper latest retailer to partner with Instacart

Grocery delivery service Instacart is increasing its presence in Central Massachusetts with a new partnership with Price Chopper in Webster.

Nichols to hold ribbon-cutting for new Marlborough branch

Nichols College began offering courses in Marlborough for the first time during the just-completed school year, but later this month it will ceremonially mark its expansion into MetroWest.

Saint Vincent Hospital opening behavioral health unit

Grant Welker |

Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester is opening a new behavioral health wing of its emergency department on Monday as it seeks to meet a growing need.

IPG Photonics eyes $215M expansion, 500 new jobs

Zachary Comeau |

Oxford fiber laser equipment manufacturer IPG Photonics is planning at least $215 million in expansions and new buildings at two different sites in town.

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