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Consigli, Framingham firm to pay $275K in asbestos settlement

Zachary Comeau |

Milford's Consigli Construction and a Framingham environmental consulting firm are among the four companies paying up to $300,000 in penalties.

Worcester company to pay $100K asbestos settlement

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester development company Hampton Properties, LLC, will pay a $100,000 settlement after it was alleged to have performed illegal asbestos work on two Worcester rental properties.

Saint-Gobain creates more LGBTQ inclusion

Zachary Comeau |

French building materials manufacturer Saint-Gobain, with a location in Worcester, scored a 90 percent on the Human Rights Campaign's 2018 Corporate Equality Index, which measures companies on their...

22 participate in North Central Chamber leadership program

Zachary Comeau |

The North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce has begun its Community Leadership Institute, which includes 22 emerging leaders.

Blackstone, Northborough gravel company pays $120K EPA penalty

Zachary Comeau |

A Central Massachusetts sand and gravel company agreed to pay a $120,000 penalty and come into compliance with clean air laws, the U.S. EPA.

Mass. lawmakers in favor of pipeline tax ban

State House News Service |

About two-thirds of the Legislature has signed onto letters to prohibition utility companies from making electric ratepayers help finance the construction of gas pipelines.

Manufacturers want relief from chemicals law

State House News Service |

Manufacturers and distributors gathered at the State House Monday to highlight their economic impact and ask lawmakers for relief from the Toxic Use Reduction Act.

Dentists critical of Delta Dental plan

State House News Service |

Dentists complained to the Legislature on Monday that they felt coerced into joining Delta Dental's new, lower-cost insurance plan, called Total Choice.

Briggs created a $13M engineering powerhouse

Zachary Comeau |

Margaret “Peggy” B. Briggs has left her mark on so many real estate developments it's hard to keep track.

Bowditch going digital

Grant Welker |

103-year-old law firm Bowditch & Dewey is going paperless.

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