Friday, November 17, 2017

Devens a technology hub | GE safe in MetroWest

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Friday, November 17, 2017
After 100 years, Devens has become a technology hub
A century after it opened as a military base, Devens has become a center of innovation and technology.
GE operations in MetroWest appear safe
General Electric's Healthcare Life Sciences operation in Marlborough and Westborough appear safe from the major cuts the Boston company announced this week.
Historic Maynard theater sold for $475K
The historic People's Theatre in downtown Maynard has been sold for $475,000 as the new owners plan to continue to use the renovated building as office space.
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ReWalk raising $7.2M to develop lightweight suit
Israeli medical device manufacturer ReWalk Robotics, with its U.S. offices in Marlborough, announced on Friday plans to raise $7.2 million in part to fund development of its new lightweight exoskeleton.
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Worcester implements new rules for night club crowds, drinking
Worcester bars and nightclubs will be subject to new regulations intended to crack down on underage drinking and fights at the city's licensed alcohol establishments.
Fallon posts $3M in Q3 as health plans continue turnaround
Worcester-based Fallon Health on Wednesday was among three Massachusetts health plans reporting net income and operating gains in the third quarter ending Sept. 30.
Retail sales boost eyed for holidays
Sometimes timing is everything. Massachusetts retailers are buoyant about the impending holiday shopping season, heartened by a favorable calendar that gives shoppers five full shopping weekends between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
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Week in review
Arena football team coming to Worcester
The Massachusetts Pirates, an arena football team, will start play next April at the DCU Center as the newest team in the fledgling National Arena League.
MetroWest Daily relocating
The MetroWest Daily News and other publications in a large, mostly unused 90,000-square-foot building in Framingham will relocate to an office on Speen Street in early December.
City officials, PawSox schmooze at Railers game
As City of Worcester is in talks with Pawtucket Red Sox officials about a possible relocation to Central Massachusetts, team officials were spotted with city and business officials at a Worcester Railers game Tuesday morning.
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