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Niche executive chef leaves for Worcester food incubator

Neil Rogers, the executive chef of Niche Hospitality Group, has left to be the kitchen operations manager of the Worcester Regional Food Hub, a commercial kitchen facility for food startups.

Vacant Route 20 land in Worcester sold

An 8-acre site, a rare undeveloped property along Route 20 in south Worcester, has sold for $575,000.

Cities and towns want more say on outlawing pot shops

State House News Service |

Communities are urging lawmakers to let them restrict or prohibit commercial marijuana sales by a vote of the municipal legislative body, rather than a community-wide referendum.

Mercantile Center replacing long-dead Worcester Galleria

Grant Welker |

New spaces along the edges of the center's towers are envisioned as restaurants and other retail uses that will enliven a development with 642,000 square feet of space – almost 30 percent of...

Four new plans for vacant Worcester courthouse

Grant Welker |

A $35-million proposal for the former Worcester County Courthouse calls for 300 market-rate apartments in two new buildings and a reuse of the 1800s court building with office and retail space.

Movers & Shakers

Sullivan Insurance Group, Jericho Road and The Bridge of Central Massachusetts have all made recent hires or promotions.

Years of losses make local insurers attractive to larger companies

Emily Micucci |

With court decisions blocking mergers of the nation's top health insurers, it's likely those companies will look to acquire smaller players.

Former Spencer car dealership sold for $150K

A former car dealership at 16 Main St. in Spencer has sold for $150,000, according to Worcester real estate firm Kelleher & Sadowsky.

Solect acquires Northeast division of rival

Grant Welker |

Solect, a Hopkinton solar energy developer and installer, has bought the Northeast division of industry rival Brightergy, Solect announced Tuesday.

Worcester County foreclosures rise 5%

Although Massachusetts foreclosure starts were down for the fifth straight month in comparison to last year, the number in Worcester County increased 5 percent, according to Boston real estate data...

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