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U.S. DOT grants Worcester airport $463K

Zachary Comeau |

The U.S. Department of Transportation has granted Worcester Regional Airport $463,000 to install electrical equipment for aircrafts at two gates.

40 Under Forty: A beautiful day at Tower Hill

The problem with having a photo shoot at Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston isn't looking for a great background for photos. The problem lies in narrowing it down to a manageable number.

40 Under Forty: The most Worcester picnic there ever was

Brad Kane |

In Team Magnet School's attempt to win the contest to be on the cover of the most-read WBJ magazine of the year, they took their love of the city to a whole new level.

40 Under Forty: The T-shirt Wars of Worcester Wares

Brad Kane |

Apparently, Worcester Wares founder Jessica Walsh has always dreamed about having a T-shirt fight in her store filled with every degree of Worcester merchandise.

CCC to decide Worcester office by end of August

Zachary Comeau |

The Cannabis Control Commission will be making its decision on where to locate its headquarters in Worcester by the end of this month, according to city officials.

PawSox-related Kelley Square redesign doesn't need legislative approval

Grant Welker |

An overhaul of Worcester's Kelley Square does not require legislative approval, the state Department of Transportation said Wednesday, giving one less hurdle for the stadium project.

40 Under Forty: The ax-throwing, rope-swinging warriors of Marlborough

Brad Kane |

It took a special kind of 40 Under Forty winner to want photos taken at the Apex Center in Marlborough.

40 Under Forty: The soaking-wet winners of the WBJ cover contest

Brad Kane |

July 17 – the day WBJ had scheduled nearly all of the group and individual photo shoots for

Herb Chambers opens Maserati dealership in Millbury

Time for a new car? The Herb Chambers dealership in Millbury wants you to consider buying Italian.

City must move quickly on WooSox ballpark process

Zachary Comeau |

It's been an exciting weekend in Worcester for those who worked tirelessly to convince the Pawtucket Red Sox to move to the city, but now it's time to get to work.

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