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Staples, Rotman's warehouse in Clinton sells for $20M

Wakefield real estate investment firm NorthBridge Partners has purchased a 345,000-square-foot industrial building in Clinton for $20.4 million.

Rucker buys deadhorse hill building for $2.7M

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester Railers owner and businessman Cliff Rucker on Friday purchased the Main Street block housing popular restaurant deadhorse hill for $2.65 million.

Stop & Shop opens in $20M renovated Milford plaza

Zachary Comeau |

Stop & Shop on Friday completed the relocation of its Milford store from its longtime home to the newly renovated Milford Crossing plaza one mile away.

Realtor.com: Worcester real estate market to grow 4%

Zachary Comeau |

According to Realtor.com, the Worcester area is the 27th fastest growing housing market among the nation's 100 largest metropolitan regions.

Worcester County home sales up 13%

Zachary Comeau |

After months of slow sales and rising prices, Worcester County saw a surge in the number of home and condo sales last month.

Movers & Shakers

Wilson Language Training, Wachusett Community College, Boston Scientific and Provo Wealth Management were among the 10 firms announcing new hires and promotions.

Athol hopes for new life with marijuana facility

Zachary Comeau |

Recreational and medical marijuana could be a $1.1-billion industry in Massachusetts by 2020, and Athol wants in.

Former Shack's site to become Worcester cultural institute

SARAH CONNELL |

The Wellesley College philosophy professor who bought the Main Street building in Worcester wants to start the Emengini Institute for Comparative Studies.

48-unit housing development proposed for Worcester's Main South

Grant Welker |

A 48-unit housing development with commercial and retail space has been proposed for a site next to The Lofts at Loomworks and Royal Worcester Apartments.

Chamber endorses lessening Worcester commercial tax burden

Zachary Comeau |

As it has done for the last seven years, the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce is calling for the City Council to adopt a tax rate to help reduce the gap between commercial and residential tax...

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