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AquaBounty's genetically modified salmon could hit U.S. shelves next year

Zachary Comeau |

AquaBounty will soon begin to produce its genetically modified salmon at its facility in Indiana after the U.S. Food & Drug Administration in March lifted an import alert enacted in a 2016 U.S.

Homewood Suites owners plan another hotel in Washington Square

Zachary Comeau |

Developers of the Homewood Suites Hotel in Washington Square are planning to build another hotel on the land, and are paying a total of $400,000 for the Worcester property.

WooSox stadium project falling behind schedule, with property acquisitions looming

Grant Welker |

A timeline to open the Red Sox ballpark by 2021 leaves the city little wiggle room to buy and relocate businesses in just a few months.

Two new restaurants seek to occupy Kummerspeck, Canal bar spaces

Two new Canal District restaurants are seeking to occupy empty spaces on Water Street in Worcester.

Friendly's to close Holden, Framingham locations

Friendly's is closing its Holden and Framingham restaurants among 23 corporate-owned locations across the Northeast, leaving seven stores in Central Massachusetts.

Milford DoubleTree sells for $21M

Grant Welker |

The DoubleTree hotel in Milford has sold for nearly $21 million to a Lexington hospitality company.

Wyman-Gordon to consolidate operations to make room for WooSox

Zachary Comeau |

Wyman-Gordon is planning two new buildings totaling 21,600 square feet to consolidate operations to make way for the planned Worcester Red Sox ballpark and related development.

WooSox developer buys Wyman-Gordon site for $6.1M

Zachary Comeau |

Wyman-Gordon and Boston developer Madison Downtown Holdings have closed on a $6.1-million sale of land needed to help develop the $101-million ballpark for the Worcester Red Sox.

Protein House to open on Front Street next week

Health food restaurant Protein House, occupying a the space below the 145 Front St. apartments in Worcester, is slated to open next week.

Cannabis is now legal to buy, but we still don't know what to expect

Grant Welker |

The first shops are now open, but the medical community is as unsettled as ever on marijuana's benefits and harms, and few know what to expect for health effects in Massachusetts.

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