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Herb Chambers opens its largest collision center in Holliston

An 80,000-square-foot automotive collision repair center has opened in Holliston by Herb Chambers, the regional car dealer for which the Holliston center is its largest such facility.

WPI creates degree program with Connecticut College

Worcester Polytechnic Institute has signed an agreement with Connecticut College letting students from the New London school receive joint degrees in environmental engineering.

Baker proposal would rate homes on energy efficiency

State House News Service |

A home energy efficiency score would eventually become part of the valuation of all homes on the market in Massachusetts under legislation Gov. Charlie Baker filed on Tuesday.

Worcester company, father & son sentenced for illegal waste facilities

Zachary Comeau |

A father and son from Charlton have been sentenced to three years of probation for operating illegal solid and hazardous waste facilities in Worcester and Oxford.

Exec: Healey competitive supply report "one sided"

State House News Service |

An executive of the largest residential competitive electricity supplier in North America blasted Attorney General Maura Healey's call to end that industry.

Printers Building becoming the Hub of Innovation

Grant Welker |

For most of its nearly century of history, Worcester's Printers Building has been just as its name implies: the home to printing operations.

MTD Micro Molding hires for personality, trains later

Zachary Comeau |

MTD Micro Molding, a medical-focused micro mold manufacturing company in Charlton recently took home some hardware from the Plastics News Executive Forum in Naples, Fla.

Chamber wants temporary West Station in Allston for Worcester-Framingham line

Zachary Comeau |

The Framingham-Worcester commuter rail line could be harmed by the Mass Pike reconfiguration in Allston unless a temporary station is built, according to the chamber.

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 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.

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