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The Power 50: Michael Dundas

Dundas is quickly becoming the face and the brain behind Massachusetts recreational marijuana.

The Power 50: Dinesh Wadhwani

What started as a late-night college dorm room conversation nine years ago at Babson has blossomed into one of the industry giants in efficient-lighting technology.

MassDevelopment to provide $2.15M in collaborative workspace funding

The Gov. Charlie Baker Administration will provide more than $2.15 million in funding for its MassDevelopment Collaborative Workspace Program grants to help spur job creation and business formation.

Boys & Girls Club partners with Microsoft to get Worcester children excited about STEM


Washington tech giant Microsoft brought its pilot program to the club this spring to introduce dozens of members ages 10 to 17 to computer tools for learning about STEAM fields.

Milford marijuana incubator seeks to cut costs for young companies

Zachary Comeau |

Milford marijuana cultivator Sira Naturals is launching the Sira Accelerator, a program aimed at breaking down those financial and time barriers to entering the legal marijuana market.

Colleges seek out cheaper students as fewer traditional students apply

Grant Welker |

At a time when colleges are battling high costs and a shrinking pool of high school graduates, they are increasingly turning for growth to an area where they don't need to recruit students, house... co-founder joins WPI entrepreneurial push

Zachary Comeau |

Donna Levin, the co-founder of online babysitting and nannying service, has been named to the newly created position of executive director of innovation and entrepreneurship at Worcester...

Creative Hub Worcester fundraising $850k from goal

Grant Welker |

Creative Hub Worcester co-founders Stacy Lord and Laura Marotta are $850,000 away from reaching their fundraising goal and start construction on a new arts and events center.

Central Mass. prepares for pot

Zachary Comeau |

On July 1, Massachusetts will open the doors to its newest industry: Retail weed.

WPI student company wants to help you party

Worcester Polytechnic Institute student Panagiotis Argyrakis' background as DJ, and his passion for music drove him to an innovative solution: an automated party lighting system.

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