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MBTA to study new ways to attract commuter rail riders

The MBTA is launching a study to look at the commuter rail system's needs and potential improvements in the years ahead.

ReWalk unveils prototype for stroke patients

Grant Welker |

ReWalk, a maker of systems that help those with spinal cord and other injuries walk, has unveiled a prototype of a product for stroke survivors.

Office vacancy rates strong in Framingham, Natick

Grant Welker |

Office vacancy rates in Framingham and Natick were below 10 percent through the second quarter of the year, exceeding nearly every other region outside Boston and its core suburbs, Perry Brokerage...

Following breakage reports, Staples recalls mesh chairs

Staples, Inc. on Tuesday issued a voluntary recall of its hazen mesh task chairs, saying it received 20 reports of the legs breaking on the product.

Shrewsbury St. restaurant to open in building seized over drugs

Laura Finaldi |

Even though its building has been seized by authorities following the arrest of its owner on drug charges, a new seasonal menu restaurant called Chameleon will open at 166 Shrewsbury St.

Russian math school leasing Shrewsbury office

The Russian School of Mathematics is leasing an office on Route 9, according to the broker of the lease.

Westborough accounting firm appoints new CFO

AAFCPAs of Westborough, one of the region’s top accounting firms, has hired a new chief financial officer.

Worcester added 7,760 jobs in a year

The Worcester metropolitan area added 7,760 jobs over the course of a year, while the area’s unemployment rate increased by 0.4 percentage points, according to the latest estimates Tuesday from...

Volunteers bring comfort, optimization to local hospitals

Emily Micucci |

Local hospitals are served by thousands of volunteers, who have a real impact on patients, and the bottom line.

Skin cancer rates are growing, but so are treatment options

By Livia Gershon, contributing writer |

Doctors are finding cancers earlier and developing more effective ways to treat them.

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