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Shrewsbury resident launches 'smart' buildings company

Sam Bonacci |

A new company has been launched in Marlborough with the goal of allowing homeowners and small businesses to manage their space wirelessly.

Maker space coming to Worcester's Ionic Ave. Boys and Girls Club

Sam Bonacci |

A 30,000 square-foot maker space with approximately 25 studios and offices is under construction at the former Ionic Avenue Boys and Girls Club.

Hanover Theatre expansion seeks to anchor Theatre District

Caitlin Reidy |

Hanover Theatre's new $6.5-million expansion is aiming to enliven Worcester's Theatre District by attracting rich economic development.

Worcester is eminently serious

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester officials are anxious to wield their eminent domain power to transform $100 million worth of properties into better use.

Region's incubators driven by startup culture

Laura Finaldi |

Central Massachusetts' rapidly growing startup and craftsman culture has created a need for more collaborative spaces, like incubators, accelerators and coworking spaces.

$5M Hanover Theatre expansion set for summer opening; new conservatory to be named after Eppinger

Sam Bonacci |

The $5 million expansion of the Hanover Theatre opening this summer will bring with it a new conservatory offering classes for budding area thespians to be named in honor of outgoing Hanover...

Auburn Mall to get movie theater, restaurant in 2017

Sam Bonacci |

A 10-plus screen movie theater and restaurant have been approved at the Auburn Mall, in a move that city officials see as a boon to the city.

Tapping Worcester's innovative potential

Laura Finaldi |

Even though there is no traditional pass to entrepreneurship, one such as Ja-Nae Duane's that includes professional opera and writing is notable.

Movers & Shakers

THOMAS LODGE was appointed to the board of trustees at Nichols College in Dudley. A 1979 graduate of Nichols, Lodge is a retired former partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers,...

$1.2M statewide economic program launches

Sam Bonacci |

A pilot program designed to put cities in touch with economic experts to tackle their most pressing issues has been launched with an initial $1.2 million in funding.

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