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Former owner of Usual restaurant agrees to 14-year sentence in drug arrest

Zachary Comeau |

The former owner of The Usual restaurant on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester has agreed to a prison term of 14 to 16 years for an array of drug and money laundering charges, according to his plea...

Worcester health agency owner arrested over MassHealth fraud

Emily Micucci |

Hellen Kiago, a 47-year-old Sturbridge resident, was arrested on Wednesday morning for allegedly stealing about $2.7 million from the MassHealth system, Attorney General Maura Healey's office said.

Why legal support is important for small businesses


When companies are starting up, they often overlook the necessity of including legal support in the budget.

40 Under Forty: David Viens

Viens completed a judicial clerkship with Massachusetts Superior Court before entering private practice, relocating to Worcester County in 2010 to join Bowditch.

40 Under Forty: Courtney Ross Escobar

Escobar moved from Boston to Worcester in 2013 to found law firm, Ross Escobar Group, to make legal protections more accessible for small businesses and startups.

40 Under Forty: Michelle L. Cote, Esq.

Four years after joining Ravosa, Cote now manages the firm's Worcester office, growing practice areas of civil litigation, personal injury law and foreclosure prevention.

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