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Central MA Up + Comer: Vision Advertising CEO Laura Briere—Meet Central MA's rising stars...

FlyORH: Vote for Worcester in JetBlue Contest—Supporting ORH and JetBlue....

Catch the Moscow Festival Ballet With Your WOO Card—Where will you be WOOing this weekend?

Acclaimed Author Leah Hager Cohen to Give Reading at Holy Cross—Will read from new novel 'No Book but…

NEW: Michael Graham Taking Conservative Talk Show to Atlanta—Headed for a warmer climate

NEW: Worcester’s Wormtown Brewery Wins Denver Int’l Beer Award—A major honor bestowed to a local brewery

Paul Giorgio: Elizabeth Warren is Right on Student Loans—MINDSETTER Paul Giorgio examines the student debt crisis

Central MA College Standout: Smith College’s Megan Baker—Spotlight on a bright student...

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Rob Horowitz: The Civil Rights Act, 50 Years Later—Celebrating a milestone...

 
 
 

Central MA Up + Comer: Vision Advertising CEO Laura Briere

Laura Briere's marketing and entrepreneurial spirit has led her to start her own successful company, Vision Advertising.

Laura Briere is the CEO of Vision Advertising, an internet marketing company based in Central Mass. She is an

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Is Manufacturing on the Rise in Worcester?

Elected officials, industry executives, and educational experts are taking part in a forum in Worcester on Wednesday

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slides: Ten Biggest Manufacturers in Central MA

Where are the manufacturing jobs currently in Central MA?  See here.

On Wednesday, elected officials, education and business leaders will explore new technologies, workforce skills and

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NEW: Michael Graham Taking Conservative Talk Show to Atlanta

Talk radio host and political commentator Michael Graham has announced that he is leaving his show on WCRN in Worcester to

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Former White House Advisor to Deliver Assumption College Lecture

William J. Antholis, Ph.D.

The 11th annual Assumption College Business Ethics Lecture will be held at 5 PM on April 22nd, in La Maison Francaise

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Worcester’s Pay-As-You-Throw Trash Removal Saves City $10-20M

Worcester’s Pay As You Throw (PAYT) trash removal system has saved the city an estimated $10 to $20 million dollars in the

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Central MA College Standout: Smith College’s Megan Baker

Smith sophomore Megan Baker will be putting her education and passion for community to use in Washington DC this summer.

Webster native Megan Baker is enrolled in her sophomore year at Smith College in Northampton, MA. She was recently

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Is Worcester New England’s New Tech Hub?

Is Worcester becoming a technology hub?

Worcester has begun to establish itself as one of the most technologically advanced cities in New England. Technologies

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Leading in Central MA: Kimberly Ferguson-Owner of Apple Spice Café

Kimberly Ferguson is the Owner/Operator of Apple Spice Café and Juice Bar. The married mother of 5 children, Ferguson

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Leonardo Angiulo: Freedom of Information in Action

Opinions about the American Civil Liberties Union are varied. Some might call them renown for their efforts, some might

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slides: 5 Businesses Getting Boycotted in New England

Elections come and go, but Americans can vote every day with their wallets. That’s what’s happening now at Hobby Lobby, a

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Monfredo: Worcester’s ‘City that Reads’ Book Drive Needs Your Help

Anne-Marie and John Monfredo, who have collected 13,000 books at the half way point of the 'Worcester: the City that Reads' book drive.

Finally it appears that Spring is upon us and now it’s time to do our Spring cleaning. As you can see I’m working up to my

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In Case You Missed It: Overprescribed Opiates Fueling OD Epidemic

"In Case You Missed It," GoLocal's weekend feature, that gives you a second chance to read this week's top news story.

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Massachusetts’ Medicare Millionaires

More than 28,000 Massachusetts doctors and other providers of health care services in the Commonwealth received over $1.8
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