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Organizations should think ahead when lining up their next leader

Grant Welker |

That lack of advance planning makes a difference to the bottom line.

11 Central Mass. communities in line for investment program

Grant Welker |

Neighborhoods in 11 Central Massachusetts communities are in line to be designated as areas encouraging new investment.

Saint Vincent, Heywood, Leonard Morse are region's safest hospitals

Grant Welker |

Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester earned the highest grade by a hospital-safety ratings agency for the ninth straight time, and Heywood Hospital and Leonard Morse also earned A's.

Dozens of Mass. towns apply for "opportunity zone" designation

State House News Service |

The Baker administration and municipal officials across Massachusetts expect to hear from the federal government within 30 days about their newly-submitted request for approval of 138 zones where new...

Hudson microcreamery, six other Central Mass. companies land $600,000 in workforce grants

Zachary Comeau |

Seven Central Massachusetts companies have been awarded more than $600,000 in state workforce training grants, including an ice cream shop in Hudson.

Charlton, Worcester lead charge against opioid makers

Emily Micucci |

In the 1990s, there was retribution for the public health damage done by tobacco companies. Now, the pharmaceutical manufacturing and distribution industry could be on track to settle another...

Toys “R” Us closures create next evolution in big box tenants

Grant Welker |

The quickly changing retail landscape took a new hit with the closure of a Sam's Club in Worcester in January and the impending closure of Toys “R” Us in Auburn, Leominster, Northborough,...

GateHouse Media to acquire Gardner News

Zachary Comeau |

GateHouse Media, the owners of the Telegram & Gazette, Worcester Magazine and several other publications in Central Mass. and hundreds of newspapers across the country, is acquiring the Gardner News.

Gardner chamber president to depart

Greater Gardner Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Jim Bellina will leave his job in the next several months due to a family illness, the chamber announced Tuesday.

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.

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