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U.S. Attorney doesn't rule out prosecuting cannabis industry

Zachary Comeau |

In a statement Monday afternoon, the U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts did not rule out prosecution of recreational marijuana businesses, even though the state voted to legalize the cultivation, sale...

Best of Business: Best Food & Entertainment for 2018

Our readers voted for the best places to grab a bite to eat in Central Massachusetts.

Hudson's Rail Trail Flatbread Co. opens up its books to workers

Zachary Comeau |

Every employee at the restaurant – and soon two others across the street owned and operated by the same group – is taught the economics of running a restaurant, and to a greater extent,...

U.S. AG Sessions' new policy complicates legal cannabis industry

State House News Service |

The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission plans to forge ahead in developing a legal marijuana market in Massachusetts, despite uncertainty generated Thursday by U.S. Attorney General Jeff...

Planet Fitness opens at Marlborough's Apex Center

Planet Fitness has opened at Marlborough's Apex Center of New England, moving across the street from its old location and doubling its size in the process.

Whole Foods sets opening date for Shrewsbury store

Zachary Comeau |

Whole Foods will open its Shrewsbury location on Jan. 30, which will mark the natural and organic foods retailer's first Worcester-area location.

Worcester apartment building sells for $9.7M

A 96-unit, 10-story apartment building just south of Becker College has sold for $9.7 million.

Government can sell Worcester restaurants connected to drug scheme

Zachary Comeau |

A federal judge has allowed the government to take control of and sell properties - including the Chameleon and Blackstone Tap buildings in Worcester - owned by Kevin Perry, Jr. a former restaurateur...

Drive and passion will carry Central Mass. forward in 2018

Worcester Business Journal's annual Economic Forecast issue gives us a chance to take a step back and reflect on everything that happened in the past year, which we use to predict what will come for...

A tight housing market continues to push prices, downtown visions will be realized

Grant Welker |

The trends are going in the right direction for homeowners: an increase in prices and a sharp drop this year in foreclosures, both in Central Massachusetts and across the state. A tight supply market...

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