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Peabody Properties Inc., a real estate company headquartered on Granite Street, has been recognized as a women’s business enterprise by the state’s Office of Minority and Women Business Assistance. The certification process includes a business review, site inspection, and assurances that the company is at least 51 percent owned, operated, and controlled by one or more women. Peabody Properties has been owned and operated by principals Karen Fish-Will and Melissa Fish-Crane since the passing of its founder, Edward A. Fish, in 2010. - Jessica Bartlett

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