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Northworks Bar & Grille loses lease, closes

Carol McDonald |

Northworks Bar & Grille has lost its lease and closed its doors at 106 Grove St. in Worcester as the result of a reported parking crunch.

DeLeo, Rosenberg urge games across state

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

As a private group carves out its plan for the 2024 summer Olympic Games, the leaders of the Massachusetts House and Senate are of like mind that venues should be spread throughout the...

Shrewsbury lakeside restaurant 'temporarily closed'

Carol McDonald |

The future of the waterfront restaurant Buca di Beppo in Shrewsbury is unknown after the restaurant closed its doors Monday.

Report: Worcester Sharks moving to San Jose

The Worcester Sharks will play their last season in Worcester this year, according to multiple reports that the American Hockey League (AHL) team will move from Worcester to San Jose.

WPI study calls for re-creation of Worcester's Blackstone Canal

Sam Bonacci |

A study by WPI students has called for a re-creation of a portion of Worcester's Blackstone Canal, citing increased development opportunities as well as improved quality of life for area residents.

Olympic role for Central Mass.? Look to the lake

Boston will be the U.S. representative bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games. While events in other Games have been spread out well beyond their host cities, the Boston organizers plan to...

Central Mass. can play a role in Boston Games

What are the chances Boston will host the Olympic Games in 2024?

New life on tap for Framingham's old Dennison complex?

Emily Micucci |

Town officials are intrigued by a proposal to expand Framingham's only brewery, Jack's Abby Brewing, inside a building formerly occupied Dennison Manufacturing Co., the paper products manufacturer...

Boston chosen for U.S. 2024 summer Olympics bid

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The U.S. Olympic Committee announced Thursday that it has selected Boston out of four cities that competed to represent the United States in a bid for the 2024 Summer Games.

Lawmakers drop casino-ATM language from bill

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Hours after an appeal for a timeout from the next attorney general, the Massachusetts Legislature retreated from its late-session push for broader access to cash machines at casinos.

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