Browse by:
Greater Worcester

Worcester co. launches solar division

Sam Bonacci |

World Energy Efficiency Services, an energy efficiency services company based in Worcester, has launched a new solar division that will carry clients from the planning stage through final...

Central Mass. home sales continue climbing

Sam Bonacci |

Sales of Central Massachusetts homes have continued to climb, with both Worcester and Middlesex counties posting year-over-year increases of more than 20 percent.

Antonio's Pizza expands to Worcester with $3M restaurant

Sam Bonacci |

Antonio's Pizza by the Slice has officially opened its $3 million, 180-seat restaurant in Worcester as the area chain continues to expand.

Fallon Health CEO elected to Assumption board of trustees

Fallon Health CEO and President Richard Burke is one of three new members of the Assumption College Board of Trustees.

Greendale Mall sold for $11.8M; future uncertain

Laura Finaldi |

The Greendale Mall was sold at an auction in the struggling mall's parking lot Friday morning to Chicago law firm Seyfarth Shaw LLP for $11.8 million, which represented the company holding the...

WBJ announces new manufacturing, healthcare reporters

Worcester Business Journal's Staff Writer Laura Finaldi has taken over as the publication's healthcare reporter while new hire John McIntyre will serve as the organization's manufacturing reporter.

Worcester's $90M luxury apartment complex breaks ground

Sam Bonacci |

A $90-million luxury apartment complex broke ground on Wednesday amid fanfare from local officials and developers as another piece needed to complete City Square and the redevelopment of downtown...

Worcester creating Airbnb regulations

Sam Bonacci |

The Worcester City Council has authorized City Manager Edward Augustus to create regulations that would limit Airbnb stays to commercially zoned areas and require those offering the service to obtain...

Worcester County rated low for small biz friendliness

Sam Bonacci |

A national survey of small business owners has found that Worcester County is perceived to be among the least friendly areas in the nation for entrepreneurs and small business owners.

Worcester's EcoTarium raising $9.1M for new exhibits; infrastructure

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester's EcoTarium has initiated the public phase of a $9.1 million fundraising campaign aimed at adding two new major exhibits and improving the location's infrastructure.

ADVERTISEMENTS
Copyright 2016 New England Business Media