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Reliant Medical Group opening Leominster facility Monday

For Reliant Medical Group, there has seemed to be a new office opening to go with each month. Monday will mark the latest, as Reliant opens 225 Lancaster Road in Leominster.

Health care forum tackles accessibility, affordability

The Central Massachusetts Health Care Forum on Friday included a keynote talk and panel discussion on improving partnerships and curbing costs.

Sutton entity fined $17K for asbestos work

A Sutton company is being fined nearly $17,000 for violating state Department of Environmental Protection regulations.

Proposed 1 million-square-foot pot facility in Charlton rejected by DPH

Zachary Comeau |

The developers of a proposed 1 million-square-foot marijuana cultivation facility in Charlton have been dealt a significant setback

CCC to take oversight of medical marijuana

Beginning Dec. 23, oversight of the state’s medical marijuana program will be transferred from state health officials to state recreational marijuana regulators.

Former Boston Power offices in Westborough sell for $5.2M

An office building that's the former home of Boston Power on West Park Drive in Westborough has sold for $5.2 million.

Corridor Nine chamber rebrands amid broader footprint

The Corridor Nine Area Chamber of Commerce found its member businesses went far outside its core communities along its eponymous roadway, Route 9.

Marlborough autism center acquired by Mich. company

Applied Behavioral Associates, a Marlborough clinical and home-based autism services provider, has been acquired by a national company based in Michigan.

Developers can now buy former Marian High School

Grant Welker |

The Archdiocese of Boston is allowing developers an option to buy the former Marian High School in Framingham as a way to attract more interest.

Clinton Hospital reaches $2.3M over-payment settlement

HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital has reached a settlement after determining it received more in Medicare payments than it should have, agreeing to pay $1.5 million and a $800,000 fine.

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