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Cloud computing firm returning to MetroWest

Grant Welker |

Nasuni, a cloud computing company founded in Natick before being moved to Boston, is returning to MetroWest with a new office in Marlborough.

55-plus housing proposed for former Milford school

A developer is proposing to renovate a vacant middle school in Milford and build 38 units of 55-plus housing on Main Street.

Worcester close to securing all ballpark land after $5.8M deal

Zachary Comeau |

The Worcester Redevelopment Authority has now voted to acquire nearly all of the properties needed for the $101-million ballpark to serve as the new home of the Pawtucket Red Sox.

Marlborough Technology Center losing Curadel, renewing Bloomy Controls

A Marlborough company making imaging technology for medical procedures has outgrown its space at the Marlborough Technology Center, but another tenant is renewing.

In Worcester, Polito advocates for more housing growth

Grant Welker |

Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito called for communities to accommodate more housing growth, as her has sought to incentivize cities and towns to help match growth in the state's workforce.

Doble Engineering moving to Marlborough from Watertown

An engineering firm long based in Watertown will move into a new 79,000 square-foot office in Marlborough before the end of the year.

WRA to move on two more ballpark parcels

Zachary Comeau |

The Worcester Redevelopment Authority is expected to begin the process of eminent domain takings for two more properties necessary for the $101 million ballpark project for the Pawtucket Red Sox.

PawSox trademark three Worcester team names

Zachary Comeau |

No official decision has been made on the new identity of the Pawtucket Red Sox, but the team has trademarked three names: Worcesters, Ruby Legs and Wicked Worms.

Girl Scouts opens new Worcester headquarters

The Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts have opened its new 7,400 square-foot Worcester headquarters.

WRA files eminent domain taking with registry of deeds

Zachary Comeau |

The Worcester Redevelopment Authority's order of taking of three properties needed for the $101 million Polar Park has officially been filed at the Worcester County Registry of Deeds.

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