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Accounting practice opening new Shrewsbury office

Paresky Flitt & Co., a Wayland tax and accounting practice, will open a Shrewsbury location next month.

CitySquare II marketing one of last Downtown Worcester development sites

Grant Welker |

The last buildable site on the former Galleria property is for sale, with potential for an eight-story, 200,000-square-foot building.

Worcester Common Ground proposes $13M affordable housing

Zachary Comeau |

Community development group Worcester Common Ground is proposing a $13-million, 31-unit affordable housing rental project at Chandler Avenue the group hopes will help liven up the neighborhood.

PawSox, RI officials debating new $83M proposal as Worcester talks continue

Zachary Comeau |

The Pawtucket Red Sox and Rhode Island officials are reviewing a new proposal for a new $83-million ballpark in Pawtucket to transfer half of the ballpark naming rights to Pawtucket, revenue expected...

Worcester needs to think logically about PawSox deal

By all accounts, Worcester city officials appear to want to give the Pawtucket Red Sox a big chunk of money to lure them to the Canal District.

Educate yourself on what you are eating

LYNN STROMBERG |

Kitchens have caught on to changing menus with the seasons, but be weary, food may not always come from local farms.

Movers & Shakers

Lampin Corp., Provo Wealth Management and Worcester Art Museum are among the companies with recent hires and promotions.

Colleges' battle for students' hearts & minds extends to their stomachs

Grant Welker |

If attracting students is an arms race for colleges, not every campus can build the most elaborate recreation center, but even much smaller schools can give their students food that alumni would...

Restaurants respond to time, cost pressures as lunch crowd shrinks

Grant Welker |

Last year, people took 433 million fewer trips to restaurants than in the prior year. That 2-percent decline led to an estimated $3.2 billion in lost sales.

The PawSox true value

Grant Welker |

With Worcester eyeing a deal others have valued at $38 million to attract the minor league baseball team from Rhode Island, economists warn $7 million is a better deal for the city.

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