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Restaurant Depot in Milford to open Wednesday

Zachary Comeau |

The wholesale supplier Restaurant Depot is set to open a Milford location on Wednesday, bringing 38 new jobs to the town.

Rome Furniture in Gardner to close, sell 60K-sf building

A 74-year-old furniture store in Gardner is selling its 60,000-square-foot building as the company is going out of business.

Landlord at former Citizen Wine Bar seeks microbrewery

Zachary Comeau |

The owner of the One Exchange Place building, formerly the home to three Niche Hospitality Group restaurants, is now looking for one operator to fill all three vacant spaces.

The new tax break: Public spending for stadiums

Grant Welker |

Like Worcester, many other cities have bet public spending on stadium-based development. They've had mixed results, with lots of skepticism.

Temescal can begin Worcester marijuana growing operations Sunday

The Worcester grow operation of marijuana retailer Temescal Wellness can soon begin cultivation and manufacturing at its Southwest Cutoff location.

Plans nixed for 1920s-themed restaurant at Hanover Theater

Zachary Comeau |

Josephine, a 1920s-themed restaurant planned for the Hanover Theater, will not open in the space.

Third guilty plea in Worcester restaurant money-laundering scheme

Zachary Comeau |

Joseph Herman has pleaded guilty in federal court to using former Worcester restaurateur Kevin Perry's drug money to open a Shrewsbury Street restaurant.

State and federal lawmakers press for equal pay for tipped workers

State House News Service |

Less than a year after lawmakers struck a so-called "grand bargain" to increase minimum wages for all workers, advocates are mounting a new push to ensure tipped workers receive the same base wage as...

Idiosyncratic WooSox stadium may include diner car

Grant Welker |

Planners are still working on a design for a new Worcester ballpark. It may include a diner car. What it won't include: a Green Monster replica.

Marijuana grower appeals Charlton site plan denial

Zachary Comeau |

The proposed operator of a 1-million-square-foot cannabis cultivation facility is suing the Charlton Planning Board after it denied the company's site plan earlier this month.

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