Sam Bonacci

Digital Editor
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Sam Bonacci joined the WBJ staff in 2014. He covers banking, real estate, manufacturing and technology. He has worked for Web sites and publications including MassLive, Patch and The Gardner News. Sam holds a master’s degree in professional communication from Clark University. Among his passions are anything with wheels. He can be found biking the back roads of Worcester County or attending car shows in his free time.

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What you need to know in banking and finance for 2017

The increase in interest rates is exactly what many in the financial field have been waiting for, and something we have been talking about seemingly...

What you need to know in real estate for 2017

Worcester officials and area developers have been working hard to build up development, and now the city is reaping the benefits.

Bowditch & Dewey sell offices for $2.8M to hockey developer

In a continued land-grab by Worcester Railers Hockey Club owner Cliff Rucker, the Worcester office building of law firm Bowditch & Dewey sold...

Worcester council delays tax vote

The Worcester City Council has postponed a vote on the city's tax rate to Dec. 20.

Worcester among best mid-size college cities in U.S.

A new analysis by WalletHub has ranked Worcester the 29th best college city out of 151 midsize cities in the United States.

Westborough added 710 jobs in 2016

The Westborough Economic Development Committee has detailed the community's gains in the past year that include the addition of 710 jobs.

Ski train from Boston to Wachusett Mountain underway

A special ski train has kicked off service to Wachusett Mountain Ski Area, bringing riders to the slopes from Boston for a round-trip fare of $23.

Worcester considering $300K eminent domain to protect watershed

Worcester City Manager Edward Augustus has requested the City Council sign off on $300,000 worth of eminent domain takings that will help protect the...

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