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Clinton industrial building sold to real estate firm

An 80,000-square-foot manufacturing building and parking lot in Clinton has sold to a real estate firm for $3.4 million.

Sturbridge plaza sells for $7M

A Sturbridge retail plaza anchored by a Shaw's, JCPenney and Ocean State Job Lot has sold for $7 million.

Teaching the sighted to be blind

Brad Kane |

Liz Myska, an elder law attorney, has been blind for 10 years. In that time, she developed a side business to help the disabled navigate the world of available services.

The largest Central Mass. communities are bulking up their rainy day funds

Grant Welker |

Despite a long run of economic growth, economists are predicting when the next market correction or recession may hit.

Help Needed: Massachusetts has the largest construction worker shortage in the nation

Grant Welker |

With the Massachusetts unemployment rate at just 3.6 percent in July, construction firms simply can't find enough workers.

The Point at Marlborough sells for $65M

Grant Welker |

The Point at Marlborough, a residential community off Brigham Street has sold for $65 million, a number that could set a high price mark for the year for Central Massachusetts.

Grid District's beer garden, comedy club to open in September, October

Grant Welker |

In the next six weeks, four new, long-awaited features are set to open at the Grid District in Worcester: a beer garden, a comedy club, and two restaurants adjoining the club.

Menkiti family makes another move into downtown Worcester with $860K purchase

Worcester developer Ifeanyia Menkiti has purchased the 204 Main St. building in Worcester, according to property records.

Movers & Shakers

Bay State Savings Bank has promoted three people at its Worcester headquarters: THOMAS BELTON to senior vice president of information technology, JEANIE...

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.

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