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Process Cooling Systems' growth fuels 60,000-square-foot expansion

Leominster-based process water systems manufacturer Process Cooling Systems is growing rapidly and will consolidate its two locations in Leominster and Fitchburg into one 60,000-square-foot building...

Assumption College founds new institute

Assumption College has created a new center for study named after late U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.

Becker College creates graduate studies school

Grant Welker |

Becker College has created its fifth school, the School of Graduate and Professional Studies, to centralize the Worcester college's graduate programs.

Notre Dame group proposes public garden as compromise

Zachary Comeau |

The group suing the owners of the Notre Dame des Canadiens church are now proposing a compromise: a public garden.

CeQur acquires J&J company

Zachary Comeau |

CeQur, a Swiss medical device company with corporate offices in Marlborough, has acquired the assets of a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary for an undisclosed price.

Candela Corp. cleared for new aesthetic laser

Wayland-based aesthetic device firm Candela Corp. has received federal clearance for a laser device to treat a broad range of skin conditions.

MathWorks donates $3M for education for women, children

Natick-based software developer MathWorks has donated $3 million to an organization to boost initiatives focused on educational opportunities for women and children.

$500K state grant to benefit new Worcester market

Grant Welker |

The state has awarded a $500,000 for kitchen equipment at a planned food market in Worcester's Canal District.

Warren: Herald bankruptcy case example of needed reform

State House News Service |

Railing against a system she said has an "undeniable tilt" in favor of the rich and powerful, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday pointed to the Boston Herald to make her case for bankruptcy policy...

Vystar Corp. eyes M&A, growth after paying off $1.5M loan

Worcester latex manufacturer Vystar Corp. says it has paid off $1.5 million in a decade-old loan, helping to reduce its owned long-term debt by $2.6 million this year.

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