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Leominster attorney purchases TD Bank building for $2.1M

A Leominster lawyer has purchased the TD Bank Building in the city’s downtown for $2.1 million.

Fallon begins new incentive for midsized companies

Fallon Health has begun offering financial incentives the Worcester insurer says will help midsized employers lower healthcare costs.

As 4/20 approaches, state urges responsible recreation

State House News Service |

Saturday will be the first April 20 with legal and accessible marijuana for sale in Massachusetts, and the state is reminding consumers to puff, dab or dose responsibly.

Milford Regional opens new Franklin facility

Milford Regional Medical Center has opened a new outpatient center in Franklin to move some existing area services and adds others.

Worcester $10M apartment project underway after years of delays

Zachary Comeau |

A 72-unit, $10-million apartment project at the corner of Wall Street and Norfolk Street in Worcester is finally underway after years of delays.

Mustang Bio stock soars on licensing deal for 'bubble boy disease'

Mustang Bio, which operates a biomanufacturing facility in Worcester, saw its market cap nearly triple after it announced a licensing agreement with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

Worcester looking to lease former Saint Vincent Hospital building

Grant Welker |

Worcester city officials are looking to sign a long-term lease for a former Saint Vincent Hospital building, which has sat vacant next to the Worcester Senior Center for years.

Fallon preparing to move Worcester elder care center

Fallon Health is looking to move its elder care program to a new medical building on Grove Street in Worcester, pending regulatory approvals.

Boston Scientific anticipates $25M hit after FDA pulls women's health products

Boston Scientific said Wednesday is forecasting a $25 million hit to its 2019 revenue after the U.S. Food & Drug Administration yanked two of its product lines from the market.

Framingham Heart Study lands $38M federal financing

The seven-decade-old Framingham Heart Study has been renewed for another six years with $38 million in new funding from the National Heart, Lung & Blood Institute.

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