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Uxbridge nonprofit facility receives $1.5M bond

Zachary Comeau |

Thanks to a $1.5-million tax-exempt bond from MassDevelopment, Sturbridge nonprofit advocacy group Venture Community Services has opened a facility in Uxbridge.

Railers' attendance rebounds after Halloween dropoff

Zachary Comeau |

The average attendance at the three Worcester Railers home games over the weekend had a 73-percent increase over the number of people who attended the team's Halloween game.

Worcester, nonprofits partner to help hurricane victims

Zachary Comeau |

The City of Worcester is partnering with nonprofit organizations to help the resettlement of evacuees fleeing the destruction left behind by hurricanes Maria and Irma.

You Inc. names medical director

Emily Micucci |

Behavioral health nonprofit You Inc. of Worcester has named Dr. Allison Beckler medical director.

Pay gap creating crisis in human services sector, agencies say

State House News Service |

After the signing of a law calling for equal pay across gender lines, human services agencies are asking legislators for help closing a different sort of pay gap.

Q&A with Janice McNeill, board-certified behavior analyst

Janice McNeill took time while raising her children to reflect on her next career move, and that led her to pursue working with people on the autism spectrum.

As industry burgeons, home care leaders call for oversight that protects patients, workers

Susan Shalhoub |

Home health care providers are more in demand than ever, but some say regulation of home care agencies is lacking.

Dell EMC latest to embrace autism hiring in Central Massachusetts

Livia Gershon |

Central Massachusetts companies and advocates are working together to boost employment among a group that has historically faced a lack of job opportunities.

Be a social business

DR. DEBRA PALLATTO-FONTAINE |

Social problems, across the street and around the globe, become more pressing and widespread as our world grows.

Heywood to provide veteran care

Emily Micucci |

Gardner-based Heywood Healthcare has signed a provider agreement with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to provide healthcare services to veterans.

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