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Medusa says financing is key to brewery growth

Opening a brewery can be difficult, especially with finances, which will always exceed a brewer's expectations, said Keith Sullivan, co-founder and general manager of Hudson-based Medusa Brewing Co.

Red Sox President: Sports betting a "positive thing"

State House News Service |

Government regulation of sports betting will be a "positive thing," according to the president of the Boston Red Sox.

Jack's Abby wants craft beer united against big beer

Framingham craft beer maker Jack's Abby has transformed into an industry leader, increasing its employee count fivefold and raising its barrel production from 18,000 to 45,000 in three years.

Northborough office, manufacturing space sold for $2.2M

More than 27,000-square-feet of office space in Northborough was sold Monday for nearly $300,000 more than what the space was sold for in September.

State lawmakers begin sports betting talks after SCOTUS ruling

State House News Service |

Monday's ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court that states are free to legalize sports betting opened the door to the possibility of a further expansion of gaming in Massachusetts.

City councilor to request delay on flavored tobacco regulations

Zachary Comeau |

A Worcester city councilor is now asking city officials to hold off on implementation of Board of Health regulations that would restrict the sale of flavored tobacco products to adult-only...

10 Things I Know About ... Card payments

Keith Reardon |

Need help setting up a credit card payment system?

Movers & Shakers

Habitat for Humanity MetroWest/Greater Worcester, Harrington Physician Services and AdCare Hospital are some of several Central Massachusetts companies to recently announce new hires.

Successful family businesses learn & adapt

Grant Welker |

Family businesses likely don't see themselves as dictatorships, but to be multi-generational businesses, they've survived by adapting and looking ahead instead of how things have been done in...

Central Mass. prepares for pot

Zachary Comeau |

On July 1, Massachusetts will open the doors to its newest industry: Retail weed.

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