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Making room - and living space - for the arts in Worcester, Fitchburg

Sam Bonacci |

Some of the most dynamic cities in the United States rely on a strong core of artists to boost their image and add an element of desirability that’s missing from other...

Framingham's Danforth Art names new director

Danforth Art in Framingham has a new executive director, Debra Petke.

Film students urge state to keep tax credit

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The end of the state's film tax credit would affect much more than those directly involved in the movie-making process, a group of local film students and academics warned Monday.

Film tax credit helps lift tourism

ANTON NEL Special to the Worcester Business Journal |

Time and time again, data have shown that when a film production shoots in a particular location, it not only creates economic impacts, the finished product can also create significant...

WBJ Talk Back

Sometimes we hit the jackpot with a LinkedIn discussion. After Gov. Charlie Baker's recent...

Mass. film tax credit

As part of his first budget, Gov. Charlie Baker wants to get rid of the state's film tax credit, which was passed in 2006. While the plan has received support from some quarters, key...

Baker's first budget helps chart course for more growth

When a new governor takes office, the first budget offers a clear picture of the spending priorities and focal points of the new administration.

Baker plan to cut film tax credit gets cool reception in Devens

Emily Micucci |

After years of failed proposals by other developers throughout the state, New England Studios in Devens became the first film studio to open doors in March 2014, and the owners had high hopes for...

Worcester groups pitch transportation solutions, look for backers

Sam Bonacci |

Seven groups pitched transportation solutions to Worcester investors and collaborators Thursday night in the culmination of a National Science Foundation program shared with the cities of Chicago and...

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