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D.C. dithering on depreciation forces capital spending delays


Earlier this year, the U.S. House passed a plan to make the $500,000 cap on Section 179 capital investment depreciation permanent. But President Obama called for more clarity on how the tax break...

Worcester chamber and REC partner for food hub study

Sam Bonacci |

The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the Regional Environmental Council to study the feasibility of creating a food hub in Worcester.

'Locally grown' food holds potential for a greater bounty

JANET PIERCE Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

The potential impact of "locally grown" food and farm products on the Central Massachusetts economy is incredibly promising. Worcester County has the most farms of all...

Two local groups to benefit from ‘buy local’ funding

Gov. Deval Patrick on Tuesday announced $300,000 in funding for seven “buy local” groups, including two in Central Massachusetts, in an effort to boost Bay State agriculture.

Worcester sees economic and health benefits in urban farming

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester Mayor Joseph Petty wants to capitalize on urban farming by opening the city to commercial farming that he says will expand the economy while enhancing the quality of food available to all...

SBA disaster loans available following extreme May weather

Emily Micucci |

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) on Wednesday announced that disaster loans are available to small businesses, agricultural cooperatives and nonprofit organizations impacted by extreme...

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