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Niche Hospitality leaves Shrewsbury Street; sells location for $500K

Sam Bonacci |

For the first time since 2007, the Niche Hospitality restaurant group will not have a presence on Shrewsbury Street, having sold the location to a new restauranteur.

Expansion of 'cork and carry' law revived

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Patrons at Massachusetts taverns and private clubs may soon be able to take a partially-drunk bottle of wine home with them under legislation approved by the Senate Monday morning.

Tourism travel up in Central Mass.

Sam Bonacci |

Tourism travel is up in North Central Massachusetts, according to the latest hotel tax data for the region's largest communities.

Worcester developer, restauranteur forge unlikely pact

Sam Bonacci |

The company behind the 6.2-acre The Grid District development has partnered with a restaurant group for its six eateries in a novel partnership that could be a boon to both organization.

SeaChange secures London film streaming deal

Brad Kane |

As the Acton company moves forward with new leadership trying to rectify its financials, SeaChange International on Tuesday announced it is nearing a deal with a London-based film and television...

Jack's Abby to open another Framingham tasting room

Framingham brewer Jack's Abby Craft Lager has proposed expanding its new facilities even further by opening a tasting room at the building next door to its 100 Clinton St. location.

Businesses jumping through new OT hoops

SUSAN ShalHoub |

With the new federal overtime pay rule set to take effect Dec. 1, Central Massachusetts businesses are educating themselves, planning changes – and offering opinions.

40 Under 40: Oriola Koci

Koci worked for big corporations until four years ago, when she and her husband – Enton Mehillaj, also from Albania – decided hard work and risk-taking could lead to powerful rewards.

40 under 40: Brian Treitman

Treitman started B.T.'s Smokehouse in 2007 out of an 18-foot trailer in Brimfield and since his restaurant has been ranked the No. 1 BBQ joint in New England and No. 20 in the U.S.

Mexican restaurant opens in Northborough

Sam Bonacci |

Tío Juan's Margaritas Mexican Restaurant has opened a new location in Northborough, marking its eighth Massachusetts location and the first with the new corporate design.

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