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FAA grants $1M to Worcester airport

The Federal Aviation Administration has granted $1 million to Worcester Regional Airport to help expand the airport's services.

UMass Medical School chosen for expert opinions

The UMass Medical School has been chosen to give expert medical opinions on disability retirement applications for the state of Washington.

Notre Dame group files for injunction to delay demolition

Zachary Comeau |

An injunction has been filed in Worcester Superior Court to again delay the demolition of the Notre Dame church.

Harvard Pilgrim CEO resigns suddenly

State House News Service |

Eric Schultz, CEO of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, resigned suddenly on Tuesday, apologizing for unspecified "mistakes."

Location, Inc. opens in Mercantile Center

Data sciences company Location, Inc. has opened its new headquarters in a newly renovated space in the Mercantile Center.

Hudson office building sold for $7M

A nearly 70,000-square-foot Hudson office building has been sold to a Newton property management firm for just under $7 million.

Tipped workers campaign for higher minimum wage

State House News Service |

The cupcakes are complimentary, but the restaurant workers and activists delivering them to legislative leaders want a big boost in pay in return.

ReWalk system listed as official medical aid in Germany

Zachary Comeau |

Marlborough medical robotic device firm ReWalk Robotics is now validated as a medical aid company in Germany.

Worcester seeks artists for $11M downtown upgrade

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester is looking for artists to make its $11-million reconstruction of Main Street not just more organized and convenient, but visually appealing as well.

City Council likely puts nail in coffin of Notre Dame preservation

Zachary Comeau |

Despite pleas from preservation groups, the Worcester City Council took no votes Tuesday on possibly acquiring the historic Notre Dame church and sparing it from the wrecking ball.

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