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Before you open the hot new restaurant...

MARK A. BORENSTEIN |

These days, everyone seems to be talking about the Worcester Dining Renaissance. But before you jump into the sizzling Worcester restaurant scene, take a step back to think about key legal...

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...

40 Under Forty: Staying outside the Worcester Art Museum

Brad Kane |

Despite the emergence of more youthful and interactive art spaces in the region, the 120-year-old Worcester Art Museum remains the iconic symbol of Central Massachusetts' cultural identity.

Muffin House to add fourth location in Hopkinton

Zachary Comeau |

A Medway bakery and coffee shop will open its fourth location in Hopkinton.

Fuel America coffee begins construction at Mercantile Center

Zachary Comeau |

Fuel America, the newest member of Worcester's downtown restaurant scene, has begun construction on its Mercantile Center coffeehouse and roastery.

Cornerstone, U.S. agree to $415K Shrewsbury Street drug restaurant settlement

Zachary Comeau |

The federal government will pay Worcester-based Cornerstone Bank $415,000 after it sells the former Usual and Chameleon restaurant building on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester.

40 Under Forty: A beautiful day at Tower Hill

The problem with having a photo shoot at Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston isn't looking for a great background for photos. The problem lies in narrowing it down to a manageable number.

40 Under Forty: The most Worcester picnic there ever was

Brad Kane |

In Team Magnet School's attempt to win the contest to be on the cover of the most-read WBJ magazine of the year, they took their love of the city to a whole new level.

Local labor group calls for community input on WooSox project

Zachary Comeau |

As Worcester looks to quickly approve a $200-million project to redevelop the Canal District and build the future home of the Pawtucket Red Sox, one community and labor group hopes to make sure the...

City Hall seeks public, economic development committee's WooSox support this week

Zachary Comeau |

As the city manager's office is seeking quick approval of a proposed Canal District ballpark, the City Council's Standing Committee on Economic Development is holding a public hearing Tuesday at...

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