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Canal Lofts developer to build $20M autism school in Lincoln Square

Zachary Comeau |

The City of Worcester is set to sell the long-vacant former Lincoln Square Boys Club building to a Boston-based developer for $300,000.

40 Under Forty: Water or vodka?

Brad Kane |

If you were in a museum full of Russian art, surrounded by Russian artifacts and symbols like nesting dolls, had four shot glasses and a bottle of vodka, what would you do?

Worcester economic committee recommends approving $101M WooSox financing

The $101-million financing package for a Canal District baseball stadium development is one step closer to reality.

40 Under Forty: The dragon inside Bancroft Tower

Brad Kane |

The prize for best prop brought to the Bancroft Tower shoot – really, all 10 of the 40 Under Forty photo shoots – goes to Michael Alden.

The long game with the WooSox

Worcester's own campaign to wrest the Boston Red Sox AAA affiliate out from its 48-year home in Rhode Island has been a surprise success. The financial details, from the city's perspective, appear...

Another perfect game


Last year, the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce came out in full support of Mayor Joseph Petty, City Manager Edward Augustus, and a majority of the City Council in their efforts to bring the...

Movers & Shakers

Bay State Savings Bank has promoted three people at its Worcester headquarters: THOMAS BELTON to senior vice president of information technology, JEANIE...

MCPHS has found fast growth over nearly two decades in Worcester

Grant Welker |

But no college has grown so exponentially in the nearly two decades MCPHS has been in Worcester, or contributed as much to a presence of higher education in the city's downtown.

The Canal Distric's now second-biggest developer seeks to avoid homogenization


Worcester's Canal District is no stranger to multi-million dollar developments.

How nearly 15 years of negotiations landed the PawSox in Worcester

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester is about one month away from the City Council approving construction of a $240-million stadium development to bring the Pawtucket Red Sox to the Canal District, but the coup for...

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