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Friday Financial Five – December 19th, 2014—Congress finally approved retroactive individual tax breaks

REPORT: Rondo Trade to Dallas is VERY Close—Celtics on the verge of trading Rondo

Massachusetts Adds 13,500 Jobs in November—The executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development…

RE/MAX New England: Pending Sales in Massachusetts Are Up—RE/MAX of New England's November Monthly Housing Report…

See A Christmas Carol at The Hanover Theatre with Your WOO Card—The weekend is fast approaching, and GoLocalWorcester brings…

Statement From Congressman McGovern: Regarding The Presidents U.S.- Cuba Policy and Alan Gross—Congressman McGovern speaks on the Presidents new US-Cuba…

Giorgio: Dick Cheney Needs to Stop Torturing Us—Just when you thought it was safe

National Academy of Inventors Names UMass Medical Professor the 2014 Fellow—UMass Medical Professor Phillip D. Zamore, PhD. has…

Bravehearts Release Schedule, Futures League Makes Changes—Worcester Bravehearts release their 2015 regular season schedule…

Horowitz: Game-Changing Global Climate Change Agreement Reached—For the first time ever, nearly all the…

 
 
 

Massachusetts Adds 13,500 Jobs in November

The executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development (EOLWD) reported preliminary estimates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) that show Massachusetts added 13,500 jobs in...

150 Foot High Eye-Sore at Ecotarium Has City Council Outraged

On Tuesday, District 2 City Councilor Phil Palmieri urged the Worcester City Counci to vote for City Manager Ed Augustus to consider actions that would impede...

Whitinsville Christian School Inducts New National Honor Society Members

Thirteen members of Whitinsville Christian School’s 2015 and 2016 classes were inducted into the John T. Bajema Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) on...

Five Tips For Acing Your Next Interview

A new client told me the tweaks we made to his resume were getting him interviews.

Clark’s Professor Hanson Honored for Creativity in Geography

Susan Hanson

Susan Hanson, a University Professor Emerita and former Director of Graduate School Geography at Clark University has been awarded the Association of American Geographers 2015...

Smart Benefits: Consumerism Continues

With two state exchange walk-in centers in Rhode Island, health insurance carrier retail stores in popular shopping areas and big retailers like Wal-mart getting into...

United Way of Central Massachusetts Announces Opening of Annual Grant Cycle

United Way of Central Massachusetts has announced the beginning of their annual grant cycle on December 12 with a request for proposals (RFP) from organizations...

Friday Financial Five – December 12th, 2014

It wouldn’t be December if there weren’t last minute Congressional negotiations to address important tax breaks that expired the year before....

Claim Your Assets this Year with Unclaimed Property Division

SPONSORED CONTENT SERIES: Every Thursday, GoLocal will be presenting you with inside knowledge of the property market from our sponsors Unclaimed Property Division.

‘Goods for Guns’ Program Rewards Disposal of Firearms

Dr. Michael Hirsh

On Saturday morning, Dr. Michael Hirsh, the UMass Memorial Children’s Medical Center, the City of Worcester Division of Public Health and The...

WPI President to Speak at Worcester’s Chamber of Commerce Meeting

On Friday, WPI President Dr. Laurie Leshin will speak at the 139th Annual Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce Meeting. Dr. Leshin  will discuss Worcester...

slides: New England’s Biggest Charitable Donors—See the Top 20

In the spirit of giving, here are New England's top donors who used  philanthropy to advance regional medical, community and educational programs in 2014.

Southbridge Savings Bank Donates $2,500 to Nativity School

Nativity School

Nativity School of Worcester received a donation of $2,500 from Southbridge Savings Bank’s Charitable Donations Committee on December 8 to help the school...

Smart Benefits: Hardship Exemptions from Individual Mandate Published

The Internal Revenue Service recently issued Notice 2014-76, which includes information on getting a hardship exemption from the individual mandate for health insurance coverage. 

$49 Billion in Trade Flows Through Worcester—See Where

Worcester saw nearly $50 billion in total trade flow -- imports plus exports -- in 2010, according to new research revealed by the Brookings Institution.

Forget New Year Resolutions, Try Year End Resolutions Instead

Fireworks over Portland

Can you believe, it’s just few short weeks – 26 days to be exact – until the year is over and 2015 is knocking at...

Friday Financial Five: December 5, 2014

Several analysts predicted that China would soon overtake the United States for the world’s largest economy, but 2014 may be earlier than anyone suspected....

Danvers Company Provides Solution to Local High School Threats

Last week, GoLocal Worcester reported on the unfortunate trend of school bomb threats in the Central Massachusetts area.   Between January 1 and November 12, in...

Worcester Chamber Music Society Receives $5000 Grant to Benefit Urban Youth

Worcester Chamber Music Society (WCMS) received a $5000 grant award from the Massachusetts Cultural Council on December 1 for its program entitled Neighborhood Strings.

MASSPIRG Releases 29th Annual Dangerous and Toxic Toys Report

Michael Basmajian of MASSPIRG

On Tuesday, at the Greendale Family Branch YMCA, the Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group (MASSPIRG) released its 29th Annual 'Trouble in Toyland' report and list...

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