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Union Station in transition, authority chair says

Grant Welker |

Union Station is in a transitional period as it works to lure new state offices and works through a turnover in retail tenants, the chairman of the Worcester Redevelopment Authority said Friday.

IPG lands $2.5M state grant for $70M expansion

Zachary Comeau |

Oxford laser maker IPG Photonics is getting another public subsidy, this time from the state in the form of a $2.5 million state grant.

Precision Optics lands $2M private investment

Zachary Comeau |

Gardner medical equipment firm Precision Optics Corp. has raised $2 million in a private placement with a group of private investors.

Pot testing labs approved in Framingham, Salem

State House News Service |

Marijuana regulators on Thursday approved two testing laboratories to inspect recreational marijuana sold in Massachusetts and approved a host of licenses for other Central Mass. cannabis businesses.

Mixed results on MetroWest industrial, office markets

Grant Welker |

The MetroWest property market had a stronger third quarter for occupied office space but weaker results for industrial space.

Franklin marijuana grower building out retail space

Grant Welker |

New England Treatment Access, a Franklin marijuana grower and seller, is expanding its already-sprawling growing and manufacturing space and working to add a retail store.

Sudbury plaza sells for $19M

Sudbury Crossing, a T.J.Maxx-anchored retail plaza on Route 20 in Sudbury has sold for just under $19 million.

Sira Naturals to be acquired by Canadian cannabis investment firm

Zachary Comeau |

Milford-based Sira Naturals and four other U.S. companies are being acquired by a Canadian cannabis acquisition firm.

Baker pursuing state, federal drug purchasing reform

State House News Service |

Gov. Charlie Baker's administration is preparing to roll out a proposal to allow the state to negotiate prices directly with drug manufacturers.

Holliston marijuana parent company completes $835M merger with Toronto firm

Zachary Comeau |

The New York City-based iAnthus Capital Holdings, the parent company of a Holliston-based marijuana grower Mayflower Medicinals, has merged with Toronto cannabis firm MPX Bioceutical Corp.

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