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The newspaper giant of Central Mass.

Zachary Comeau |

Chances are now very high daily community news coming out of Central Massachusetts will be from a publication owned by a large media corporation, with a strong commitment to the bottom line.

Central Mass. pharmacy owner docked $200,000 for opioid violations

Grant Welker |

The owner of pharmacies in Worcester, Fitchburg and Gardner has reached a settlement with the U.S. Attorney's Office after he was found to have improperly dispensed drugs and kept flawed...

Boardroom Gap: Diverse candidate pools lead to diverse companies

Grant Welker |

Central Massachusetts institutions with greater gender diversity say they've seen the value of equality and have wanted to match their leadership to the rest of their organization.

Boardroom Gap: Companies with more women in leadership perform better

Grant Welker |

Studies show that companies with more women in senior management positions have better profits.

110 Grill opening 13th location

Fast-growing Westford restaurant chain 110 Grill is opening its 13th location Feb. 27 in Athol.

Fidelity Bank to give raises, bonuses after tax cuts

Zachary Comeau |

Because of the federal tax changes, Fidelity Bank in Leominster said on Wednesday it is raising its minimum wage to $15 and is giving staff members below the level of vice president a $500 bonus.

New $1M Fitchburg community health center opens

A new $1-million, 7,400-square-foot community health center in the Market Basket plaza in Fitchburg has been completed.

Movers & Shakers

A summary of notable hires and promotions at Central Mass. companies, including Girls Inc., Central One Federal Credit Union and YOU, Inc.

Two of the grocery industry's unique brands are about to settle in Central Massachusetts

Grant Welker |

Grocery shopping can be a mundane experience, a get-in-and-get-out exercise not exactly stirring up passion.Then there's Whole Foods Market and Market Basket.

Movers & shakers

PAUL MATHISEN is Worcester Polytechnic Institute's new sustainability director as of Jan. 1. Mathisen, a civil and environmental engineering professor, succeeds John Orr.

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