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New JCC director focuses on community building

Brad Kane |

Since she replaced Emily Holdstein as Worcester JCC executive director on Jan. 1, Emily Rosenbaum has sought to use the organization's prestige to help other nonprofits and enhance the JCC's role in...

Framingham State, MetroWest Nonprofit Network launch partnership

Framingham State University and the MetroWest Nonprofit Network are forming a partnership to help train a next generation of nonprofit workers in the area.

Alternatives, The Bridge of Central Mass. announce $82M merger

Zachary Comeau |

Human services organizations Alternatives Unlimited and The Bridge of Central Massachusetts have announced an affiliation with more than 1,200 workers and $82 million in funds.

EcoTarium names Texas wildlife, museum leader as new president

Zachary Comeau |

Former Texas-based wildlife, museum and zoo leader Lucy Hale will replace Joe Cox as president of Worcester children's museum EcoTarium.

The most influential people in the Central Mass. economy

In compiling our annual list of the most powerful people in the Central Massachusetts business community, there are countless CEOs, executive directors, presidents and founders to choose, from...

The Power 50: Ann T. Lisi

Lisi sits at the head of a foundation with a $133-million endowment, distributing about $7-$8 million every year to nonprofits.

The Power 50: Tina M. Sbrega

For nearly 10 years now, Sbrega has led a community-based credit union with $498 million in assets and 28,162 members.

The Power 50: Elaine Osgood

What Osgood started more than 30 years ago under the Uniglobe Travel franchise umbrella has blossomed into a travel and technology behemoth.

The Power 50: Anthony Consigli

The head of Central Massachusetts' largest commercial contractor – with $1.2 billion in 2017 revenue, 975 employees and seven offices along the East Coast – Anthony and brother Matthew...

Charlton solar facility to benefit Perkins in Lancaster

Zachary Comeau |

A Boston solar firm has completed its fourth community solar project in Worcester County, this one a 2.6-megawatt facility in Charlton to benefit a Lancaster human services agency.

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