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Boston Olympics bid to be discussed in Worcester

Sam Bonacci |

The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce will be hosting players from both sides of the Boston Olympics debate next month as they discuss the potential implications for Worcester.

Worcester would be ideal spot for Bruins' minor-league team

(Editor's Note: This online edition of our editorial from the Feb. 2, 2015 print edition has been updated to reflect events that took place after the print edition went to...

It's official: Sharks leaving Worcester

Carol McDonald |

The American Hockey League made official Thursday what fans had been hearing for about a week: The Worcester Sharks are relocating to San Jose, Calif.

Report: Worcester Sharks moving to San Jose

The Worcester Sharks will play their last season in Worcester this year, according to multiple reports that the American Hockey League (AHL) team will move from Worcester to San Jose.

Baker: Public deserves to see all info on Olympic bid


Saying he is focused on the final bid that will be submitted to the International Olympic Committee, Gov. Charlie Baker said he expects a transparent process in the future and said the bid document...

Olympic role for Central Mass.? Look to the lake

Boston will be the U.S. representative bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games. While events in other Games have been spread out well beyond their host cities, the Boston organizers plan to...

Central Mass. can play a role in Boston Games

What are the chances Boston will host the Olympic Games in 2024?

Cabela's will hire 200 for Berlin store

Rick Saia |

Cabela's, the chain of outdoor clothing and equipment stores, is hiring about 200 people to staff its new store in Berlin, which will open in the spring, the Nebraska-based firm says.

Girl Scouts divest while eyeing expansion

Emily Micucci |

The Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts (GSCWM) said it will divest of three of its seven outdoor facilities while leaving open the possibility of expanding its four remaining properties...

Despite Question 3, Plainridge casino forges ahead

Emily Micucci |

The fate of casino gambling in Massachusetts is far from certain as a ballot question that could nix it looms closer. But developers of the Plainridge Park Casino aren't faltering.

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