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Leicester pot shop to open Tuesday as Mass. cannabis stores can finally open

Zachary Comeau |

Recreational marijuana sales will begin on Tuesday, and Leicester-based Cultivate Holdings will be one of two adult-use retail locations open for business east of the Mississippi River.

Emuge doubling W. Boylston headquarters

Emuge, a tool manufacturer, has begun a doubling of its West Boylston headquarters with a 22,000 square-foot expansion.

WBJ Best of Business voting ends today

Today is the last day to vote for the WBJ's Best of Business Awards honoring the best Central Massachusetts companies and organizations.

Fallon revenues rise 23% to $411M

Grant Welker |

Fallon Health saw $5.6 million in net income on $411 million in revenue in the third quarter, the Worcester insurer reported Thursday.

Uxbridge doctor, employee charged in Adderall distribution

An Uxbridge doctor and her former employee were arrested Thursday and charged in federal court in connection with a federal drug conspiracy involving the amphetamine Adderall.

Becker names graduate school dean

Becker College in Worcester has named a former Pennsylvania educator as its dean of the School of Graduate and Professional Studies.

Boston Scientific planning $150M restructuring, 'limited' layoffs

Zachary Comeau |

Marlborough medical device maker Boston Scientific has announced a restructuring plan including up to $150 million in annual cuts.

UPS purchases 200 acres in Grafton and Shrewsbury for $18.3M

Zachary Comeau |

United Parcel Service has purchased more than 200 acres in Grafton and Shrewsbury as it prepares to build an 800,000-square-foot distribution facility.

Framingham $60M apartments win New England project of the year

Before it's even built, a 196-unit apartment building going up in downtown Framingham has won the New England project of the year by the agency Smart Growth America.

Dagilis to retire from Worcester community council in May

Worcester Community Action Council Executive Director Jill Dagilis will retire on May 31, the agency announced Thursday.

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