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CHELMSFORD -- Of all the aspects that have carried BAO, Inc. through continued success over its 21 years, the inside sales and marketing services company's sustaining culture is the biggest point of pride for founder Suzanne Higgins. Full Story
It's pop quiz time!
The following seven questions come from topics covered in articles over the past year. To see how well you did, you can find the answers at the "Investment Quiz" link on our web site at www. Full Story

How to plan your smart home -- with privacy risks

NEW YORK -- You might have heard of lights that turn off with an app or voice command. Or window shades that magically rise every morning. Full Story
Biz experts: Enjoy boom, be ready for a downturn
CHELMSFORD -- Despite prolonged economic growth in the region since the end of the Great Recession in the late 2000s, there are plenty of questions and concerns that area officials must address in the coming years to deal with a potential slowdown. Full Story

Survey: Mass. residents have trouble accessing behavioral health care
BOSTON -- Most adults who sought care for mental health or substance use disorders in Massachusetts in the last year had trouble obtaining that care, regardless of whether or not they had insurance Full Story

Achieve TMS East expands to Chelmsford
CHELMSFORD -- One in six Americans will experience a depressive episode at some point in life, and for a third of them, medication and therapy won't offer significant relief, according to Dr. Full Story

Company puts shine on Pepperell Rotary project
LUNENBURG -- Ten years ago the future of Kelly and Bobby Pearson's business looked rocky. Full Story

With pot sales well underway, state banking on new revenue
BOSTON -- State revenue officials are still forecasting that Massachusetts will take in between $44 million and $82 million in marijuana taxes this fiscal year and could bring in as much as $172 million in fiscal year 2020, Revenue Commissioner Christopher Harding told lawmakers on Wednesday.  Full Story

Holiday forecast adds to doubts on Sears' future
Revised internal forecasts show that Sears Holdings Corp. will bleed hundreds of millions of dollars more than it expected over the coming weeks, casting new doubt on whether the bankrupt retailer can avoid liquidation. Full Story