Our roundup of the latest Natick, Mass., business news:
uBreakIfix grand opening
uBreakiFix will have a grand opening on Saturday, Dec. 4 from noon to 2pm for its newest location, at 843 Worcester St., in Natick in the 9-27 Shopping Center. The store offers “professional repair services for anything with a power button, from smartphones, tablets, and computers to game consoles, smart speakers, and drones.”
The grand opening will feature discounts, giveaways, and refreshments.
The shop sits between Panera and UPS stores.
Leonard Morse reaches union agreement
MetroWest Medical Center Leonard Morse Hospital in Natick has reached a 30-month agreement with the Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA), which represents about 75 mental health counselors and patient care associates at the behavioral health facility.
In a press release, parent Tenet pats itself on the back for fair negotiations and urges the Massachusetts Nurses Association, which went on strike at Tenet’s Saint Vincent Hospital on March 8, “to collaborate by reducing their rhetoric, sitting down to get a return to work agreement done, and bringing all of the nurses back as we head into the winter season.”
Revisiting Cloverleaf storage facility
Discussion continues with the Natick Planing on Dec. 8 regarding a special permit and site plan modification at Cloverleaf Mall for a proposed storage facility that would slot into a space formerly occupied by a fitness club.
Negotiations related to this property have held up the opening of a recreational marijuana shop called Cypress Tree that would share the old fitness club space.