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Massachusetts marijuana regulators have scheduled a vote on the licensing of two independent testing labs, which if approved could move the state closer to its first recreational pot sales.
Seniors are the fastest-growing demographic of Airbnb hosts, growing 45 percent year-over-year nationally.
A new analysis of New England's shrimp population doesn't bode well for the future of the long-shuttered fishery for the crustaceans.
Get ready for the Worcester Red Sox -- or WooSox, for short.
The city of Worcester and the Red Sox’s top minor league affiliate have struck a tentative deal that would move the team to central Massachusetts, a source tells WBUR.
Rhode Island's capital city took a more welcoming approach than Cambridge and Somerville but sought to regulate the business.
The expansion into the southern part of Boston has been a long time coming for bike advocates.
Worcester businesses hope the Red Sox's AAA affiliate would bring in new customers. But the team has broken their hearts once before.
At very large U.S. corporations, at least 40 percent of their individual board of directors would have to be selected by the company's employees, under the measure.
The latest deployment for a small team from Hanscom Air Force Base is a coworking space near North Station, where airmen are building apps alongside entrepreneurs.
“It looks like it was a very successful weekend,” says Bill Rennie, vice president of the Retailers Association of Massachusetts. “Some stores are reporting a 40 percent increase over sales...
For nearly two months, more than 1,200 union workers have been locked out of their jobs with National Grid, the state's largest gas utility.
Bird has defied the city's order to suspend operations, but some of the scooters it advertises in Cambridge do not exist.
One Dalton, in Boston's Back Bay, is the tallest residential building in New England, at 742 feet.
The changes in this region's rental prices are quite small, but follow a trend in big metros.
The Department of Public works began impounding Bird scooters even before Friday’s deadline for the company to suspend service — suggesting the city is prepared to play hardball with the...
Massachusetts electric customers will save $1.4 billion on their bills over the next 20 years thanks to Vineyard Wind, according to a state agency.
Flouting regulators can be risky, but it is a business strategy that has worked for other startups.
Gov. Charlie Baker returned the Legislature's bill to tax and regulate short-term rentals on Wednesday, waiting until the day after the House and Senate adjourned formal sessions for the year...
The owner of the Pilgrim nuclear power plant is selling it at a bargain price. In fact, it's practically giving away the plant and its $1 billion trust fund. But...