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Central Mass. electrician union adds 30 members

The IBEW Local 96, a Worcester union for electrical workers, added 30 new members in 2017 to bring the union's membership to 371.

Behavioral health organization to close Worcester site

Zachary Comeau |

Behavioral and mental health services organization Pathways by Molina, former Hanover Insurance CEO Joseph Zubretsky's new employer, is closing its Worcester and Springfield locations.

Mass. online sales tax strategy eyed as SCOTUS hears case

State House News Service |

A dispute over whether states should be able to require online retailers to collect and remit state sales taxes is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court, but Massachusetts' approach to the issue is being...

R.I. Senate approves $83M PawSox stadium

Zachary Comeau |

As the team remains mum on any potential deal in Worcester, the Rhode Island Senate on Tuesday approved an $83-million stadium deal for the Pawtucket Red Sox, which would have the city and state...

Worcester marijuana grower preparing to open

Zachary Comeau |

Kris Krane, president and co-founder of 4Front Ventures opening a medical marijuana cultivation facility in Worcester, said he's not worried about the feds cracking down on his business.

Marlborough drugmaker to focus on lucrative cancer treatment

Zachary Comeau |

Marlborough drugmaker RXi Pharmaceuticals is shifting its business strategy to focus on the development of the most potentially lucrative of its three treatment areas.

Beer bottle manufacturer to close Milford facility

Zachary Comeau |

Glass container manufacturer Ardagh Group announced Monday it will close its Milford production facility, which employs 250 people.

Wegmans to open Natick Mall store in April

New York-based Wegmans Food Markets is set to open its massive 146,500-square-foot supermarket in the Natick Mall on April 29, the supermarket chain said Tuesday.

Northbridge real estate agency sets home-sales high

ERA Key Realty Services set an all-time high of home sales last year, with $769 million in sales, the Northbridge agency announced.

Cannabis enforcement threat may result in bigger returns, CCC chair says

State House News Service |

The abrupt change in the federal government's approach to marijuana law enforcement means investors in the state-sanctioned Massachusetts pot market could see bigger returns on their investments,...

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