Chamber News

April 07, 2020
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It's your morning update

The situation looked a tad brighter yesterday for businesses and nonprofits hunting for those much needed Paycheck Protection Program loans from the Small Business Administration.   Many of our members reported Monday that they were finally able to find a bank to process their applications, even if they...

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April 03, 2020
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A stressful day for businesses (and bankers)

This is likely going to be a big, stressful day for so many businesses, nonprofits and bankers across this country. That's because it's the first day businesses, nonprofits and sole proprietors can submit applications for the new federal $350 billion Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and I don’t...

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April 03, 2020
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Late breaking updates

Gov. Charlie Baker has just signed a bill allowing take-out beer and wine from restaurants. The new regulations are now in effect. Go here for our list of local restaurants offering takeout and/or delivery.   The bill Baker singed today also...

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April 02, 2020
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Our latest: PPP, Joe Kennedy, construction rules and more

Another day. Many more updates, starting with a note about today’s online conversation at noon with Congressman Joe Kennedy.   We're currently at capacity for this Zoom meeting but you can still watch live by going to www.facebook.com/NNRegionalChamber/live. If you have a question you'd like...

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April 01, 2020
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Chris Wayland named President/General Manager of NBCUniversal's Boston TV stations and regional cable network

NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, a division of NBCUniversal, has promoted Chris Wayland to President and General Manager of NBC10 Boston / WBTS, Telemundo Boston / WNEU and regional cable network NECN, effective immediately. In his new role, and as the current President/GM of NBC...

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April 01, 2020
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Baker's latest move & what's new from the SBA

We knew this was coming   So yesterday Gov. Charlie Baker did what everyone expected he would do: He extended his order to close non-essential businesses and his stay-at-home advisory until May 4 in response to the...

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