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Baker backs off Airbnb tax

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Gov. Charlie Baker has backed off his stance on taxing short-term rentals.

Baker backs taxing Airbnb

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

A Senate proposal imposing hotel taxes on private homes and rooms for rent, such as those booked through the online portal Airbnb, gained the support of Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday.

Regulating Airbnb down to earth in Worcester

Sam Bonacci |

The Worcester City Council has charged City Manager Edward Augustus and his team at City Hall with the unenviable task of establishing local regulations around the services provided by San Francisco...

Expanded Fix Burger Bar opening next week

Sam Bonacci |

Niche Hospitality will open its new location for The Fix Burger Bar in the former Northworks Bar & Grille location next week, the company announced Friday.

Niche Hospitality recognized for wine selection

Sam Bonacci |

Two of Niche Hospitality’s restaurants have been recognized by Wine Spectator for their wine programs in the publication’s 2016 Restaurant Awards.

AG steps in on Nashoba winery dispute

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Attorney General Maura Healey took steps Tuesday to ensure that Nashoba Valley Winery can continue operating as it has for the past 16 years without needing to try to speed a legislative fix through...

Marlborough welcomes 160-room hotel

Sam Bonacci |

The ceremonial ribbon cutting for a 160-room hotel with meeting space and banquet room will be held today in Marlborough.

Antonio's Pizza expands to Worcester with $3M restaurant

Sam Bonacci |

Antonio's Pizza by the Slice has officially opened its $3 million, 180-seat restaurant in Worcester as the area chain continues to expand.

Worcester's EcoTarium raising $9.1M for new exhibits; infrastructure

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester's EcoTarium has initiated the public phase of a $9.1 million fundraising campaign aimed at adding two new major exhibits and improving the location's infrastructure.

Downtown Worcester gets new cafe

Sam Bonacci |

The Café at deadhorse hill has launched in downtown Worcester, giving those working and visiting the north Main Street section of the city another option for coffee and pastries.

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