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Southcoast HOT JOBS – Feb 7th, 2021

Here are the Hot Jobs in the New Bedford area from the NewBedfordGuide.com jobs database, as of February 7th, 2021. Click the right arrow to browse the next job. Want your job listed here? Contact leo@newbedfordguide.com. ______________________________________________________________________________ JRI is hiring for FULL TIME Direct care workers for The Lindencroft Program …

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Bask Inc. is hiring in Fairhaven for full and part time positions

Bask, Inc. Medical Marijuana Dispensary seeks candidates for Full-Time and Part-Time Dispensary Retail Sales Associates. The successful candidates will possess outstanding retail sales and customer service skills, a constant desire for self-improvement, enthusiasm, and accuracy/attention to detail. Main responsibilities include: interacting with, educating, and advising patients face-to-face and by phone; …

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Lawmakers squash plan to explore third Massachusetts casino

Colin A. Young State House News Service Sports betting was not the only gambling-related matter left on the cutting room floor when the final economic development bill emerged from five months of negotiations early Wednesday morning. Negotiators also scrapped plans to have the Gaming Commission take a serious look at …

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Governor Baker signs fiscal year 2021 budget – here’s what’s in it

Governor Charlie Baker today signed the Fiscal Year 2021 (FY21) budget into law, a $45.9 billion plan that protects core government services amidst the COVID-19 pandemic while making substantial investments in economic development and education. This financially responsible budget does not rely on new taxes and maintains significant financial reserves …

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Cannabis Control Commission gives final approval to Marijuana delivery framework in Massachusetts

By Colin A. Young State House News Service With the threat of legal challenges looming, state regulators gave final approval Monday morning to new regulations that will reshape the legal marijuana industry to include home delivery businesses initially available only to social equity program participants and economic empowerment applicants. The …

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