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The Perils of a Political Strategy Disconnect - Sunday Political Brunch June 24, 2018—The Perils of a Political Strategy Disconnect -…

Monfredo: Learning Doesn’t Take a Vacation - Parents It’s up to You to Help—Monfredo: Learning Doesn't Take a Vacation - Parents…

Fit For Life: The Formula for Fitness—Fit For Life: The Formula for Fitness

EDITORIAL: RI Politics at its Worst — Last Minute Legislation Moving For PawSox Owners—EDITORIAL: RI Politics at its Worst — Last…

Finneran: Don’t Blink—Finneran: Don't Blink

Celtics Select Texas A&M’s Williams With 27th Overall Pick in NBA Draft—Celtics Select Texas A&M's Williams With 27th Overall…

3-Year-Old Boy Falls From Third Floor Window of Worcester Apartment—3-Year-Old Boy Falls From Third Floor Window of…

Pawtucket Mayor Grebien Blasts RI House Speaker Mattiello Over PawSox Failure—NEW: Pawtucket Mayor Grebien Blasts RI House Speaker…

Worcester Regional Chamber to Host Business After Hours Thursday—Worcester Regional Chamber to Host Business After Hours…

President Trump Signs Executive Order Ending Family Separation—President Trump Signs Executive Order Ending Family Separation

 
 
 

Smart Benefits: Form 5500 Due July 31

Rob Calise

Form 5500, required of retirement and health and welfare benefit plans with 100 or more participants enrolled, is due the last day of the seventh...

MA Adds 6,200 Jobs in May

MA adds 6,200 jobs in May

The State of Massachusetts added 6,200 jobs in the month of May, while the unemployment rate remained at 3.5%, the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce...

Federal Aviation Administration Awards $1 Million to Worcester Regional Airport

Federal Aviation Administration awards $1 million to Worcester Regional Airport

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded $1 million to Worcester Regional Airport to support ongoing maintenance as the airport continues to expand operations.

Smart Benefits: When It Comes to Unpaid Summer Interns, Beware FLSA Rules

This time of year, many employers award internships to college students. While many students opt for experience over pay, it’s important to be...

Location Inc. Celebrates Opening of New Headquarters at Mercantile Center

Edward M. Augustus Jr., the City Manager of Worcester, MA, and Dr. Andrew Schiller, CEO and founder of Location, Inc., are flanked by employees at the company’s ribbon cutting ceremony at Mercantile Center on May 23r

Location, Inc. celebrated the opening of its new headquarters at the renovated Mercantile Center in Worcester.

Smart Benefits: IRS Updates Employer Guidance for Fringe Benefits

IRS Publication 15-B includes new updates that impact the employment tax treatment of fringe benefits. The 2018 version of the guide features several changes...

Volvo Ocean Race Sold to Atlant Ocean Racing Spain

The Volvo Ocean Race will have new ownership when the next edition of the race starts in 2021.  Atlant Ocean Racing Spain, led...

MGM Resorts CEO Murren to Speak at Worcester Chamber’s June Breakfast

MGM Resorts CEO James Murren to be keynote speaker at Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce breakfast

MGM Resorts International CEO James Murren will be the keynote speaker at the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce’s June Breakfast Club. The...

Assumption Announces New Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity Program

Assumption announces new Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity program

Assumption College has announced that it will offer a new Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity program starting in the fall of 2018.

Smart Benefits: Reminder - PCORI Fee Due July 31

The annual fee to fund the federal Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), paid by employers who sponsor self-insured health plans (including certain HRAs) and by...

Problems Piling Up at the Boston Globe — Layoffs, Falling Circulation, and Multiple Investigations

Falling circulation and layoffs hitting the Globe in a good economy

The Boston Globe is getting hit from all angles. This week the Boston Business Journal was first to report that the Globe has made a...

Worcester Adds 4,000 Jobs in April

The City of Worcester added 4,000 jobs in the month of April and a total of 5,300 jobs over the year, according to the Executive...

Smart Benefits: HSA Limits for 2019 Released

The IRS recently issued Revenue Procedure 2018-30, which includes the inflation-adjusted HSA contribution limits for the calendar year 2019.

MA Adds 6,100 Jobs in April

The State of Massachusetts added 6,100 jobs in the month of April while the unemployment rate remained at 3.5%, the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development...

Webster Dudley Oxford Chamber of Commerce to Host Business After Hours

The Webster Dudley Oxford Chamber of Commerce will host business after hours at The Black Tavern. The event takes place on Thursday, May 24...

Clark Alum McNamara to Receive Principles Responsible Management Education Award

Brad McNamara

Clark University’s Graduate School of Management is set to recognize alumnus Brad McNamara with the 2018 Principles for Responsible Management Education Alumni Award. The...

Smart Benefits: How to Boost Productivity When Spring Fever Hits

With the warm sun and rising temperatures, spring signals a time to get outside. And for some employees, that means daydreaming, longer lunches or walks...

Worcester Chamber Announces 2018 Business Awards

Tim Murray

The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce has announced the recipients of the annual business awards for 2018, as well as, the Chamber’s annual Silver...

Massachusetts Ranked 3rd Best State in U.S. for Working Moms

When it comes to working moms, Massachusetts is one of the best states. According to a recent study completed by WalletHub, Massachusetts is the third...

Central MA Regional Planning Commission Adds 5 New Employees

Chris Bennet

Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission has announced five new hires to serve their 40 member communities.

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