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Westborough developer fined $7,000

Sam Bonacci |

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection has assessed a $7,000 penalty to a Westborough developer for violations at a site in Southborough.

Utility company opening call center in Westborough

Sam Bonacci |

Atlanta-based Osmose Utilities has signed a lease to open a new call center and New England administrative offices in Westborough.

High Boston prices pushing buyers out

Sam Bonacci |

Low inventory and high demand are driving up prices in Boston and pushing potential home owners out of the city.

Creative Hub mustering $3.5M to buy new home

Sam Bonacci |

In a move to create affordable space for artists in Worcester, the Creative Hub has partnered with the Arts and Business Council of Greater Boston to buy the former Ionic Avenue Boys and Girls Club.

Worcester industrial properties snapped up for $350K

Sam Bonacci |

Three properties in the South Worcester Industrial Park have been purchased, including a site that will be the future workplace for 80 employees of Worcester's Table Talk Pies.

Worcester County foreclosures fall; state levels out

Sam Bonacci |

The seemingly endless rise in foreclosure starts finally leveled out throughout the state and dropped in Worcester County in August, although Middlesex County saw continued foreclosure growth.

Community Legal Aid gets $300K for fair housing programs

Sam Bonacci |

Worcester's Community Legal Aid has received $300,000 out of $1.9 million in federal funding to bankroll fair housing initiatives in Massachusetts.

MassDevelopment funds $7.7M Tree House brewery expansion

Sam Bonacci |

MassDevelopment has issued a $7,740,000 tax-exempt bond that will help build and equip a 53,000-square-foot 60 beer barrel brew house in Charlton -- the future second site for Monson-based Tree House...

251-unit apartment complex sells for $60.5M

Sam Bonacci |

The Avalon Shrewsbury apartment complex has sold for $60.5 million to an affiliate of Boston-based Audubon Capital Partners.

Home sales surge past 40,000; up 14.2 percent this year


Massachusetts home sales in August shot up 9.8 percent, marking the most active August in 17 years.

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