Through Celebration of Smiles on April 21, members of the Professional Photographers of America had an opportunity to raise their business profile and heal a child through the art of photography. They did so by offering their clients and prospects the gift of a m
The Worcester area is known for its great food at reasonable prices. And guess what?
Kitchen Center of Framingham is the leading designer and installer of custom cabinetry in Metrowest. Kitchen Center specializes in the professional, affordable remodeling of kitchens, bathrooms and entertainment centers.
Framingham Downtown Renaissance is a public/private partnership organized to facilitate the development of Downtown Framingham as a vibrant commercial and residential/mixed-use activity center.
Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, non-denominational Christian housing ministry. Habitat welcomes all people—regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or any other difference—to build and repair simple, decent, affordable houses with those who lack adequate shelter.
Nachum Sadan is a director and the president and CEO of Amperion in Lawrence, Massachusetts, which provides innovative smart-grid communications solutions for electric utilities and has had more than 100 patents granted and pending in its 10-year history.
Greendale Physical Therapy Centers are located in Clinton, Shrewsbury, Worcester, and Woburn. “You don't have to be an Olympic athlete to be treated like one" is their motto. Their team has worked with numerous professional and Olympic athletes.
The definition of "homelessness" is not as black-and-white as you might think. Ask Worcester attorney Raymond Bilodeau, who is homeless.
The loss of biodiversity is at the center of a heated global debate. At issue, are the economic and social consequences of biodiversity loss and its connections to technology policy
The Blackstone Valley Regional Economic Development Council is a private, non-profit organization that provides resources and information to businesses operating in or entering the region by aiding in expansion, relocation and networking.
Steve D'Agostino interviews Fardeen Chowdhurry, founder, owner and operator of Cool Hat Web Design, whose three main focuses are small businesses, non-profits and local artists. They talk about the hottest trends in web and social media.
Alyssa Dver is founder and CEO of Mint Green Marketing in Westboro. She’s a former CMO for several public and private companies as well as the founder and former owner of The Center to Prevent Lost Children, Wander Wear, and Lead Factory.