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Massachusetts drought enters fourth week

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Water restrictions are going into place in Worcester and other parts of the state as the state enters its fourth week of drought conditions.

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.

Coldwell Banker acquires Hammond Real Estate

STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE |

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New England has acquired the assets of Hammond Residential Real Estate Group LLC in Chestnut Hill, the company announced on Wednesday.

Marlborough co. handling nuclear plant auction

Sam Bonacci |

Marlborough’s Concentric Energy Advisors will be in charge of auctioning off the Tennessee Valley Authority's incomplete Bellefonte Nuclear Plant near Hollywood, Ala., by this October.

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...

I-495 business corridor office real estate holds strong

Sam Bonacci |

Although lacking the high absorption rate seen in Boston, the I-495 business corridor maintained its positive momentum in commercial office space in the second quarter.

Worcester third in northeast for rental investment returns

Sam Bonacci |

A ranking released Wednesday evaluating the return on investment for rental properties has ranked Worcester third in the northeast.

$1.6M in sales brokered by Northborough co.

Laura Finaldi |

Northborough-based Greater Boston Commercial Properties announced that president Bret O'Brien completed the sale of two buildings for a total of $1.6 million.

Central Mass. home sales continue climbing

Sam Bonacci |

Sales of Central Massachusetts homes have continued to climb, with both Worcester and Middlesex counties posting year-over-year increases of more than 20 percent.

Greendale Mall sold for $11.8M; future uncertain

Laura Finaldi |

The Greendale Mall was sold at an auction in the struggling mall's parking lot Friday morning to Chicago law firm Seyfarth Shaw LLP for $11.8 million, which represented the company holding the...

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