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Honey Farms office moves out of Worcester after $39M purchase

Grant Welker |

The convenience-store chain Honey Farms has moved its headquarters out of Worcester after being bought last year by a Waltham-based company.

Electric vehicle charging stations popping up in Central Mass.

Grant Welker |

In Central Massachusetts, more electric car charging stations are popping up, and they're being used far more than ever.

NH board pauses action on Northern Pass

State House News Service |

A New Hampshire regulatory board opted Monday to pause all action on the 192-mile Northern Pass electricity transmission project, a delay that could mean Massachusetts will have to get clean energy...

Chandler: other taxes, fees may be necessary to boost economy

State House News Service |

Senate President Harriette Chandler on Monday told business leaders from central Massachusetts that other taxes and fees may be needed to make the kind of investments in transportation and...

Millbury sewage company sued by AG for illegal dumping

A Millbury sewage disposal company is being sued by Attorney General Maura Healey's office for allegedly dumping septage and waste into the town's sewer system and skirting local sewage fees.

Ameresco raises profits 180%

Framingham renewable and efficient energy firm Ameresco on Tuesday reported its financial results from the year, including a revenue increase of 10 percent and a profit increase of nearly 180 percent.

Fallon, Tufts finish 2017 in the black

Emily Micucci |

Fallon Health and Tufts Health Plan each reported positive net income for 2017, while Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care posted losses.

Ameresco inks $7.5M energy deal for Virginia school district

Framingham-based Ameresco announced Thursday a contract with a Virginia school district for a $7.5-million energy savings project to upgrade infrastructure in 22 schools.

Ameresco completes $3.7M Scotland energy project

Zachary Comeau |

Framingham renewable energy company Ameresco has completed a $3.7-million energy savings project at four Scotland colleges, the company announced Tuesday.

Editorial: Energy legislation shouldn't be a wish list

Climate change is a very real crisis with huge implications, and countries, states, cities, businesses and individuals must do their part to combat mankind's increasingly damaging impact on the...

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