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Survey: Nurses care for too many patients

Grant Welker |

More Massachusetts nurses are saying they have to care for too many patients at once, now up to 61 percent of those surveyed by the Massachusetts Nurses Association.

IPG Photonics plans Oxford, Marlborough expansions after $3M land purchases

Zachary Comeau |

Oxford laser equipment manufacturer IPG Photonics is planning a multi-year expansion of both its Oxford and Marlborough facilities after a string of recent property acquisitions totaling more than 30...

Tree House Brewing plans 16K-square-foot expansion

Zachary Comeau |

Craft beer maker Tree House Brewing Co. announced Sunday evening a planned 16,000-square-foot expansion of its 52,000-square-foot headquarters in Charlton.

Old Sturbridge Village adds 5,400 solar panels

The outdoor living history museum Old Sturbridge Village has turned the switch on a 5,400-panel solar energy system, adding a 21st century technology to a 19th century community.

Furniture industry leader Rotman eyes lucrative latex market

Worcester furniture salesman Steve Rotman is now trying his hand at manufacturing the product used in many home furnishings.

IPG Photonics reports record Q1 sales, profit

Zachary Comeau |

Fresh off of a record financial year in 2017, Oxford laser manufacturer IPG Photonics reported Tuesday a record first quarter of 2018 with nearly $360 million in revenue and profit of $106 million.

Marlborough chamber CEO retiring after 31 years

Zachary Comeau |

More than 80 applicants have applied to the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce board of directors to fill the vacant CEO position.

Charitable Works

Avidia Bank donated $1,000 to MetroWest Mediation Services, to help with a peer-mediation program at Framingham State University.

Movers & shakers

Leominster Credit Union, Reliant Medical Group and law firm Fletcher Tilton are among the firms announcing new hires and promotions.

11 Central Mass. communities in line for investment program

Grant Welker |

Neighborhoods in 11 Central Massachusetts communities are in line to be designated as areas encouraging new investment.

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