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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...

Natick-based Examity acquires Atlanta online testing firm

Zachary Comeau |

Natick-based online proctoring and identity verification company Examity has acquired an Atlanta firm specializing in online proctoring for academic institutions, professional associations and...

110 Grill will open May 22 in Worcester

Grant Welker |

A 110 Grill at the new AC Hotel in downtown Worcester will open May 22, the Westford-based chain said.

Franklin joint replacement device company cleared for shoulder device

Franklin medical device company Arthrosurface has received federal clearance to market a shoulder replacement system.

IC Federal Credit Union opens Marlborough branch

IC Federal Credit Union has opened its seventh Central Massachusetts location at Marlborough's Apex Center of New England development.

2ovens restaurant in Shrewsbury a casualty of Bertucci's bankruptcy

Grant Welker |

A concept restaurant in Shrewsbury from Bertucci's called 2ovens has closed as part of the Northborough chain's bankruptcy filing.

Pure Hockey acquires two Bauer Hockey stores

Zachary Comeau |

Holliston-based hockey equipment retailer Pure Hockey has acquired two retail stores from Bauer Hockey, one of the sport's largest equipment manufacturers.

Allegro Microsystems explored 20 Central Mass. sites for relocation

Allegro Microsystems is leaving Worcester after 53 years of operating its headquarters at 115 Northeast Cutoff. In a recent interview, the executive staff at the company told the WBJ why.

Bertucci's files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Zachary Comeau |

Citing debts of of $119 million, Northborough-based Bertucci's has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in federal court, the Italian restaurant chain announced in a press release Monday.

Acacia Communications stock plunges after Chinese company banned from U.S. commerce

Zachary Comeau |

Maynard optical communications equipment maker Acacia Communications is suspending its relationship with a Chinese company that was banned from buying American products.

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