BOSTON — Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced that Massachusetts will reopen some outdoor Phase 4, Step 2 industries effective May 10th and put plans in place for further reopening on May 29th and August 1st. The Administration continues to take steps to reopen the Commonwealth's economy with public health metrics continuing to trend in a positive direction. This includes drops in average daily COVID cases and hospitalizations. Massachusetts remains first in the nation for first vaccine doses
WASHINGTON - SBA Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman today announced the U.S. Small Business Administration will begin registrations on Friday, April 30, 2021, at 9 a.m. EDT and open applications on Monday, May 3, 2021, at noon EDT for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. The online application will remain open to any eligible establishment until all funds are exhausted. “Restaurants are the core of our neighborhoods and propel economic activity on main streets across the nation. They are among the
Unemployment Tax Concern and Confusion Reign for Massachusetts Businesses By Diane Stevenson Typically, unemployment rates are released before the end of the calendar for the prospective year. This year given the challenges with Covid and related claims, businesses were notified that rates would be released much later knowing that absent intervention, rates would skyrocket. In March, legislation was passed to freeze rates for 2021, however, because the solvency fund was not specifically addressed in
What is a meeting Bubble?Inspired by the sports teams working together in a bubble environment, The Boston Marriott Burlington is offering more flexible, creative ways to keep customers and their teams safe and connected during all phases of the pandemic.Details
By Rich HosfordApril 13, 2021 The Board of Selectmen voted to change the town’s alcohol policy on Monday night to make it easier for smaller, family-owned, restaurants to open in town. Prior to the vote, in order to receive an all-alcohol license an establishment had to have at least 120 seats. There was also a minimum of 40 seats for a beer/wine license. During the March 8 meeting, then Chairman Joe Morandi and Selectman Bob Hogan, the two members of the alcohol sub-committee, said the numbers were
Marshall's Autobody Experts were featured on WCVB's "5 for Good" program for their generous support of a local family.Watch the video here.
BOSTON — Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced the timeline for all remaining residents to be eligible for a vaccine. The Administration also announced the weekly distribution of vaccine doses statewide for providers and a new $24.7 million investment in the Administration’s Vaccine Equity Initiative. Vaccine Eligibility Timeline Governor Baker today announced the dates that all remaining residents and certain worker groups will be eligible for a vaccine. The Commonwealth’s detailed timeline
Dine Out Boston (formerly known as Restaurant Week Boston®) comes to Burlington March 14th - 28th. Enjoy some of the best food in the state while staying here in town! Check out our Participating Member Restaurants Here.
Burlington, Mass. – Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, part of Beth Israel Lahey Health, announced today it is awarding over $120,000 in grant funding to seven community-based organizations. As part of an ongoing community benefits commitment, these grants will provide much needed funding for local organizations in support of their mission to meet their community’s needs. Of particular emphasis for the grant awards are programs and services that focus on food access, mental health, transportation, and
Burlington, Massachusetts, February 25, 2021— MilliporeSigma, today announced an agreement with Alteogen, Inc., of South Korea, providing late-stage CDMO services through MilliporeSigma’s BioReliance® End-to-End Solutions. Alteogen selected MilliporeSigma to develop and produce recombinant biologics for the development and clinical evaluation of next-generation therapeutics of monoclonal antibody drugs. "There is growing demand for the subcutaneous route of administration, as it enables self-medication,
BOSTON — Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced that Massachusetts would advance to Step 2 of Phase III of the state’s reopening plan on Monday, March 1, and also announced its plan to transition to Step 1 of Phase IV on Monday, March 22. With public health metrics continuing to trend in a positive direction, including drops in average daily COVID cases and hospitalizations, and vaccination rates continuing to increase, the Administration is taking steps to continue to reopen the Commonwealth’s
David Luzzi, an academic leader in innovation for more than two decades, has been elected a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors for his work creating and facilitating inventions and improving universities as research partners. “It’s a great honor to be recognized,” says Luzzi, who is also the senior vice provost for research and helped lead the development of Northeastern’s Innovation Campus. “It’s also a credit to the founders of the NAI for recognizing that entrepreneurship and innovation