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Niche opening new restaurant in June

Sam Bonacci |

Niche Hospitality will open its new location for the Fix Burger Bar in the former Northworks Bar & Grille space this June.

Boston Marathon to generate $189M in spending

Sam Bonacci |

The 120th running of the Boston Marathon will take place on Monday and is set to bring in nearly $200 million in spending to Massachusetts.

British Beer Company opens on Shrewsbury Street

Sam Bonacci |

The British Beer company opened its doors Monday for the first time at its Shrewsbury Street location.

Massachusetts gets new tourism chief

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

The new hire responsible for marketing the Bay State's tourist attractions spent a decade as the managing director of Boston Harbor Hotel and started a think tank for the industry.

Canal District cannabis raises concerns

Laura Finaldi |

Allen Fletcher isn't worried about marijuana in Worcester's emerging entertainment destination the Canal District, though he would prefer if it was sold a bit differently.

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.

100-room Worcester hotel to open

Sam Bonacci |

The 100-room Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton will officially open Friday, boosting Worcester's hotel room count while providing another re-use of land in the Gateway Park area of the city.

Sub shop makes Massachusetts debut

Sam Bonacci |

A Jersey Mike's Subs eatery will open its first Massachusetts location in Marlborough this April and bring with it a campaign to benefit a local food bank.

Stemming the costs of elder care

Susan Shalhoub |

Knowing medical costs will grow right along with the number of elders, healthcare organizations are rallying by keeping more nursing-home-eligible seniors in their own homes with more integrated...

AG encourages wait and see on marijuana legalization

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Attorney General Maura Healey encourages wait and see approach to marijuana legalization in Massachusetts.

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