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NORESCO begins $97M VA system energy work

Zachary Comeau |

Westborough energy efficiency and infrastructure solutions company NORESCO has begun work on a $97-million energy savings contract with a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' system in the upper...

Boston communications firm opens Worcester office

Grant Welker |

Slowey/McManus Communications, a strategic communications firm based in Boston, has opened a small Worcester office in an effort to branch out to clients in Central Massachusetts.

Old Sturbridge Village adds 5,400 solar panels

The outdoor living history museum Old Sturbridge Village has turned the switch on a 5,400-panel solar energy system, adding a 21st century technology to a 19th century community.

New $10M redevelopment adds to Fitchburg's mill culture

Grant Welker |

Fitchburg's growing number of mill renovations in the past decade will allow residents to live in one revitalized mill and work in another just down the street, all clustered west of downtown.

Devens' Great Exchange business recycling program expanding

Grant Welker |

What started as a one-time business service event strictly for Devens now encompasses nearly three dozen communities throughout New England.

Herb Chambers opens its largest collision center in Holliston

An 80,000-square-foot automotive collision repair center has opened in Holliston by Herb Chambers, the regional car dealer for which the Holliston center is its largest such facility.

WPI creates degree program with Connecticut College

Worcester Polytechnic Institute has signed an agreement with Connecticut College letting students from the New London school receive joint degrees in environmental engineering.

Baker proposal would rate homes on energy efficiency

State House News Service |

A home energy efficiency score would eventually become part of the valuation of all homes on the market in Massachusetts under legislation Gov. Charlie Baker filed on Tuesday.

Worcester company, father & son sentenced for illegal waste facilities

Zachary Comeau |

A father and son from Charlton have been sentenced to three years of probation for operating illegal solid and hazardous waste facilities in Worcester and Oxford.

Exec: Healey competitive supply report "one sided"

State House News Service |

An executive of the largest residential competitive electricity supplier in North America blasted Attorney General Maura Healey's call to end that industry.

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