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bankHometown CEO Hewitt to retire

Zachary Comeau |

Oxford-based bankHometown announced Friday its President and CEO Michael Hewitt will retire at the end of June after leading the bank for five years.

Boost Fitness acquired by NYC fitness chain

Zachary Comeau |

Hudson-based Boost Fitness and its eight Massachusetts locations have been acquired by a New York City-based nationwide chain of gyms.

Webster Five wants $1B the right way

Brad Kane |

Donald Doyle took over leadership of Webster Five in May 2016, looking to transition the community mutual bank into the future. This March, the company is set to celebrate its 150th anniversary while...

Best Employee Services in 2018

Where are the best business schools or financial planning services? Our readers voted.

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.

Worcester County becoming home-owning destination

Zachary Comeau |

The median price of a single-family home in Worcester County was $257,700 in November, an increase of just over 11 percent from last November, a signal the county is becoming a desirable place in...

Best of Business: Best Places for Drinks in 2018

Where are the best places to grab a few drinks in Central Massachusetts? Our readers voted.

Nichols College focuses on the little things

Grant Welker |

Nichols College doesn't have the financial heft to match up in all ways with larger area business schools but makes up for it through where it focuses.

Snapchef to expand in Worcester

Dorchester-based culinary training and staffing company Snapchef announced Tuesday its plans for a new training facility in Worcester.

Five C-Mass towns to receive $758K as green communities

Five Worcester County towns have will receive a total of $758,345 after achieving Green Communities designation by the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources.

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