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Biostage names Chinese health care executive to board

Biostage has named another Chinese executive to its board of directors as it seeks to remake itself and explore new markets in different parts of the world.

Rectrix announces new shortened Worcester-Hyannis schedule

Zachary Comeau |

Rectrix Aviation announced its 2018 schedule Friday, which includes three days of flights in the early evening from Worcester to Hyannis.

Nichols develops accounting program for Boston firm

Zachary Comeau |

Nichols College has partnered with a regional accounting firm to offer a graduate curriculum tailored for the company's employees.

Table Talk wins 5 first-place ribbons in national contest

Worcester’s Table Talk Pies took home five first-place prizes from the American Pie Council’s National Pie Championship held in Orlando last month.

Four clean energy bills clear House committee

State House News Service |

Four new clean energy bills promoting energy storage, solar development and electric vehicle sales have cleared the Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy,

Marijuana grower seeks up to 3M-sf Charlton facility

Zachary Comeau |

A marijuana grower in Charlton is seeking town and community approval to construct a massive facility at the site of an apple orchard.

The Hanover grants over $100K

The philanthropic arm of Worcester-based The Hanover Insurance Group has doled out more than $100,000 to local organizations, the company announced Thursday.

April up and down for MetroWest home sales

Grant Welker |

Ten notable MetroWest communities had a mixed April for single-family home sales, with prices rising in six of them, and the number of sales up in five.

UniBank hires former Commerce finance exec as CFO, SVP

Whitinsville-based UniBank has named Douglas Moisan, a former Commerce Bank finance executive, as its new chief financial officer and senior vice president.

Chamber: Worcester lost nearly 500 manufacturing jobs due to tax rate

Zachary Comeau |

With Worcester set to lose more than 460 manufacturing jobs in a three-year span, the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce is once again calling for the City Council to reduce the burden on...

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