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UMass Winter Ball fundraises $2M

The major annual fundraiser by the UMass Memorial Medical Center and UMass Medical School brought in a record $2 million this year.

Behavioral Concepts adds Springfield office

Grant Welker |

Worcester-based Behavioral Concepts, which provides care to patients with autism, is adding a Springfield office next month in the latest local expansion of autism services.

Cannabis researcher moving to Worcester

Zachary Comeau |

Cannabis Community Care and Research Network, a state public benefit corporation in the cannabis industry, is moving to Worcester.

Greater Worcester Community Foundation gives $1.7M to area nonprofits

The Greater Worcester Community Foundation has given more than $1.7 million to area nonprofits for its 2018 community grants, a 21-percent increase from what it awarded last year.

Framingham State launching hospitality, tourism degree

Grant Welker |

Beginning with the spring 2019 semester, Framingham State will begin a hospitality and tourism management major it says is the first in the state university system.

Blackstone Valley chamber gets $95K for manufacturing education

The Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce has been awarded a $95,000 grant to implement a work-based learning program to connect students with career opportunities in the region.

Colleges rethink MBA programs amid application decline

LIVIA GERSHON |

Applications for MBA programs across the country fell 7 percent between 2017 and 2018.

Developers can now buy former Marian High School

Grant Welker |

The Archdiocese of Boston is allowing developers an option to buy the former Marian High School in Framingham as a way to attract more interest.

Behavioral Concepts adds continuing education

Behavioral Concepts, a Worcester agency for children with autism, is branching out with a new service: continuing education.

Worcester Community Action Council launching early-education program

The education and social services agency Worcester Community Action Council has received a $1 million state loan to launch an early education program in Webster.

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