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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

TIMOTHY P. MURRAY |

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

SARAH CONNELL |

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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