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Board of Health approves first medical marijuana dispensary

Zachary Comeau |

The Worcester Board of Health has approved a license for Good Chemistry's medical marijuana dispensary in the Canal District, making it the first dispensary to receive city approval.

Fallon hires chief medical officer, SVP

Two former executives are returning to Worcester insurance firm Fallon Health after several years away from the company.

Worcester health center CEO to retire

Grant Welker |

The president and CEO of the Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center will retire next July, the center announced Monday.

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: Steven Rotman

Rotman is building a retail-and-manufacturing empire, leveraging his role in the 56-year-old family furniture business, which has sold more than $1 billion.

The Power 50: Harry Kokkinis

The 94-year-old Table Talk Pies has been owned by the same family for three generations, and Kokkinis' chapter in that legacy will be the expansion of its production and return to its roots in...

The Power 50: Ralph Crowley Jr.

As head of the Crowley family's main business holding, Ralph has pushed for Polar Beverages to innovate in a soda market dominated by two national players.

The Power 50: Amy Lynn Chase

Short of a deep-pocketed developer, few could make as much of an impact on a neighborhood as Chase has in Worcester's Canal District and Hudson's downtown.

The Power 50: Troy Siebels

A decade after its opening, The Hanover Theatre is cruising. It hit 231 performances and 214,000 patrons last year, both all-time highs.

The Power 50: Eric, Jack and Sam Hendler

The Hendler brothers have quickly become giants in the beer-making industry, running the second largest Central Massachusetts brewery at 44,250 barrels produced in 2017.

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