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eClinicalWorks to lease out Westborough building

Grant Welker |

Medical software company eClinicalWorks is putting up for lease all 193,000 square feet of a Westborough office building it once eyed for an expansion.

Lawmakers propose bill to curb illegal cannabis sales

Two Central Massachusetts lawmakers are proposing legislation aimed to curb illegal and unregulated cannabis sales that have reportedly thrived due to the high prices of licensed and legal cannabis...

Cultivate, Sira collaborate on marijuana extract event

Zachary Comeau |

Two of the Massachusetts' most well-known cannabis operators will begin one of the first collaborations of Massachusetts marijuana firms.

Disruptor Beam adds CFO, CPO

Framingham mobile video game developer Disruptor Beam has added two executives to help the company as it prepares to launch new games and a new platform for operating live mobile games.

Arthrosurface creates pre-sized knee joint replacements

Franklin joint replacement manufacturer Arthrosurface has begun selling its newest device, the Patellofemoral WaveKahuna Arthroplasty System.

Friendly's to close Holden, Framingham locations

Friendly's is closing its Holden and Framingham restaurants among 23 corporate-owned locations across the Northeast, leaving seven stores in Central Massachusetts.

Marlborough companies get $292K in workforce training grants

Three Marlborough companies will train 153 workers and add 17 new jobs over the next three years thanks to nearly $300,000 in state grants.

Milford DoubleTree sells for $21M

Grant Welker |

The DoubleTree hotel in Milford has sold for nearly $21 million to a Lexington hospitality company.

Davis Cos. buys Marlborough building for HQ for $4.1M

Zachary Comeau |

Marlborough staffing firm Davis Cos. will move its corporate offices into a 24,700-square-foot office building in Marlborough after purchasing it last week for $4.1 million.

Monsoon Kitchens, Queen's Cups highlight SBA's Central Mass. honorees

Five Central Massachusetts businesses, including two in Worcester and one in Shrewsbury, are among the U.S. Small Business Administration's Small Business Week honorees for Massachusetts.

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