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Chick-fil-A coming to Framingham; to employ 110

Sam Bonacci |

The latest MetroWest location for Chick-fil-A will open Feb. 18 and hire 110 full and part-time employees, according to the company.

Economist: recession coming, but not this year

Brad Kane |

The troubling worldwide signals of a potential recession are more smoke than fire and are unlikely to lead to a U.S. recession in 2016, according to an economist speaking Thursday in Worcester.

Community health firm expands into Worcester

Sam Bonacci |

Civitas Solutions of Boston has acquired Worcester's Renaissance Adult Day Care center in a three-center deal as the firm looks to grow in Central Massachusetts.

Front Street towers renamed Mercantile Center; interior construction underway

Sam Bonacci |

The Front Street office towers have been renamed Mercantile Center as their owners pursue an aggressive timeline for interior renovations.

Baker property measure stirs debate

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The lieutenant governor, Baker administration officials and municipal administrators on Tuesday testified in support of reforms that they said would give municipal government officials in...

Anti-hunger groups pushing for $3M funding increase

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Food bank and charity representatives plan to visit the State House Tuesday to seek increased funding for the Massachusetts Emergency Food Assistance Program.

Largest-ever Mass. brownfield solar array completed

Sam Bonacci |

The largest solar array ever to be situated over a brownfield in Massachusetts has been completed and is now set to serve Central Massachusetts communities and organizations.

Worcester small business microloan center to open

Sam Bonacci |

The South Middlesex Opportunity Council (SMOC) is set to open a new center in Worcester on Wednesday that will provide low-interest microloans to small businesses and underserved entrepreneurs...

Worcester 4th worst city for getting married

Sam Bonacci |

A new study has ranked the city of Worcester as the fourth worse in which to get married from among 150 U.S. cities, citing high wedding costs and a relative lack of services such as hotel rooms,...

Hockey returns to Worcester's DCU Center

Sam Bonacci |

The ECHL has voted to approve a new hockey team in Worcester, with play set to take place at the DCU Center beginning in October of 2017.

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