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Notre Dame group proposes public garden as compromise

Zachary Comeau |

The group suing the owners of the Notre Dame des Canadiens church are now proposing a compromise: a public garden.

Front Street apartment complex completed; 26% leased

Grant Welker |

Final construction has been completed on the 145 Front at City Square development in downtown Worcester, with about one-fourth of apartment units under lease agreements.

MetroWest office market lags in new construction

Grant Welker |

Core MetroWest communities, including Framingham, Marlborough and Natick, trailed the Greater Boston office market in new construction underway in the second quarter of the year, according to a new...

The most influential people in the Central Mass. economy

In compiling our annual list of the most powerful people in the Central Massachusetts business community, there are countless CEOs, executive directors, presidents and founders to choose, from...

The Power 50: Jill C. Dagilis

If you've ever served on a volunteer nonprofit board in Central Massachusetts, you've probably met Dagilis, serving right along aside you.

The Power 50: Anthony Consigli

The head of Central Massachusetts' largest commercial contractor – with $1.2 billion in 2017 revenue, 975 employees and seven offices along the East Coast – Anthony and brother Matthew...

The Power 50: Jennie Lee Colosi

On the ground, in the dirt, the development of Central Massachusetts physically happens through Colosi, whose 165-employee company constructs the roads, bridges, airports, dams, bike paths, landfills...

Millis farm to help build world's largest vertical farming facility in Dubai

Zachary Comeau |

The parent company of a Millis farm and Emirates airlines' catering group will partner on a $40-million vertical farming facility in Dubai.

The Sole Proprietor to expand with new kitchen

Brad Kane |

Worcester seafood restaurant The Sole Proprietor will add a new kitchen as part of an overall remodel of the Highland Street eatery.

MBTA outpaces repair spending goal by $200M

State House News Service |

The MBTA in fiscal 2018 has awarded $639 million in new construction contracts addressing the system's repair needs, according to Assistant General Manager for Capital Delivery Beth Larkin.

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