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Atlas Travel expands with London office

Emily Micucci |

Milford-based Atlas Travel has expanded to the United Kingdom, opening a new office in London, the company said.

DCU Center signs coffee pact with Honey Dew

Michael Novinson |

The DCU Center has entered into an exclusive, multiyear coffee partnership with Plainville-Based Honey Dew Donuts.

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More hotels for Worcester, Marlborough and Westborough will increase meeting space

Emily Micucci |

When the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Worcester's Lincoln Square was shuttered in 2010 after the former owner defaulted on debt payments, it left a void.

After fiscal improvements, tough winter, golf facilities stay the course

meghan guarnieri |

After the Great Recession struck in 2007, fewer golfers took their clubs out for a day on the links. After all, being the luxury it is, if you're out of work and you have to pay the...

Trade show connects Central Mass., Florida tourist attractions

Michael Novinson |

Travel agencies and other businesses are trying to capitalize on the increased connections between Central Massachusetts and Florida thanks to JetBlue's new nonstop service.

Restaurant chain expanding to Shrewsbury

A national restaurant chain specializing in noodles from around the globe, as well as sandwiches, salads and soups, is expanding into Massachusetts and New Hampshire, beginning at White City Shopping...

Hilton hotel on tap for Marlborough's Forest Park

Jacquelyn Gutc |

Marlborough's Forest Park development got a boost this week, with the announcement that an application has been filed with the city to build a Hilton Garden Inn hotel on the mixed-use site.

A cocktail with your groceries? Readers say 'Sure!'

Wegmans wants to serve alcohol in its supermarket in Northborough, but that's not sitting well...

Marketing called key to city airport's courting of Latinos

Michael Novinson |

Latinos are uniquely positioned to help JetBlue succeed in Worcester, but intensive marketing will be needed to make that happen, according to a panel of Hispanic business and civic leaders.

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