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Direct flights credited in boost of global travel to Boston

By Antonio Caban STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Highlighting the continued surge in international travel to Boston, Gov. Charlie Baker joined with tourism officials Friday at a hotel near Logan International Airport to recognize a record increase...

Atlas Travel acquires Tewksbury travel company

Milford-based Atlas Travel has acquired United Travel Inc. of Tewksbury, Atlas Travel & Technology Group announced Thursday.

Olympics boosters respond to Brattle Group report

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The group that sought to bring the 2024 Summer Olympic Games to Boston said Tuesday the state-commissioned report that identified sources of risk to state taxpayers contains "several" errors and...

National rowing contest will return to Worcester

(UPDATED at 1:52 p.m.) USRowing's Masters National Championships is returning to Lake Quinsigamond next year, Destination Worcester said today. The competition will be held Aug. 18-21 and will be...

Study: Boston's Olympics bid had areas of risk

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Plans to enlist private developers to construct an athlete's village and new "Midtown" neighborhood that would become home to a temporary Olympic stadium created the "biggest sources of risk" in...

Urban Kitchen ends 7-month stint on Shrewsbury Street

Urban Kitchen and Bar on Worcester's Shrewsbury Street will close Friday, and the location will be leased to British Beer Co., a Massachusetts-based pub chain.

New Danforth chief looks to elevate museum

Emily Micucci |

Yesterday, Framingham's Danforth Art Museum, which has served the MetroWest community with exhibitions and art education programs for the last 40 years, announced it's the recipient of a $40,000...

New Bedford group abandons casino project

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Brockton on Wednesday suddenly became the sole applicant in play for the southeastern Massachusetts commercial resort casino license after a rival bidder dropped its plans for a...

Real Deal for July 20, 2015

Real Deal highlights a recent commercial property transaction in Central Massachusetts. This week's deal: The DoubleTree by Hilton hotel, in Westborough.

DCU Center's new restaurant an entrepreneurship opportunity

Carol McDonald |

A $600,000 restaurant being built at Worcester's DCU Center is set to open in mid-September – but with a twist, the Worcester entertainment venue announced Wednesday.

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