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MetroWest communities get $60K in downtown planning grants

Grant Welker |

Four MetroWest communities — Ashland, Marlborough, Shrewsbury and Stow — have received $15,000 state grants each for planning efforts to improve their downtowns.

Holliston hockey retailer partners with NHL, NHLPA

Zachary Comeau |

Holliston retailer of ice hockey equipment Pure Hockey will be the retail partner of the National Hockey League and its Players' Association's program for young players.

Toy manufacturer exec hopes to raise $1B to save Toys R Us

Zachary Comeau |

A billionaire toy manufacturer is hoping to crowdfund enough cash to acquire Toys R Us and save the dying toy retailer from bankruptcy.

Athlete-friendly brewery plans pop-up taproom near marathon in Ashland

Zachary Comeau |

A Medfield brewery with beer geared towards athletes to help quench their thirst will open a pop-up taproom and beer garden near the Boston Marathon route in Ashland next month.

Boston Scientific to buy Minnesota prostate firm for up to $406M

Grant Welker |

Boston Scientific plans to buy a Minnesota firm making minimally invasive therapy for men with prostate issues in a deal valued at up to $406 million.

Industrial X-ray imaging company opens Marlborough facility

Zachary Comeau |

A Minnesota industrial X-ray imaging company has opened a laboratory in Marlborough to help diagnose problems with a machine's internal components.

Medusa Brewing Co. eyes 10,000-square-foot production facility in Hudson

Zachary Comeau |

Hudson's Medusa Brewing Company has filed plans for a 10,000-square-foot production brewery and tasting room just feet away from its current brewery and taproom on Main Street.

Franklin marijuana grower to seek recreational licenses

A medical marijuana company growing in a 76,000-square-foot Franklin facility is hoping to tap into the recreational market.

Cogmedix adds former EMC exec to manage supply chain, manufacturing

Zachary Comeau |

An executive from one of the area's largest technology companies will join Worcester medical device manufacturer Cogmedix.

Licensing on tap for next step in Mass. marijuana industry

State House News Service |

With less than a month until it is required by law to begin accepting applications for legal marijuana businesses, the Cannabis Control Commission on Thursday approved the process and timeline it...

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