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Framingham $60M apartments win New England project of the year

Before it's even built, a 196-unit apartment building going up in downtown Framingham has won the New England project of the year by the agency Smart Growth America.

Gas connection halt puts development in the crosshairs

State House News Service |

The state's twin natural gas crises are now taking a toll on housing and economic development in Massachusetts.

Solomon Pond Mall announces Old Navy, toy store openings

There will be three brand new stores at Solomon Pond Mall later this month, just in time for the holiday shopping season.

Support the WooSox public investment

DONNA TRUEX |

With investment pumping into developments all over the city, people throughout Massachusetts are talking about Worcester. Yet, the public investment largely spurring this revitalization has been...

Worcester wants to pick right mix of tenants for Union Station

Zachary Comeau |

Despite the prime location, the city has had trouble leasing about 8,000-square-feet of unused commercial space in Union Station despite a comprehensive redevelopment effort.

City of Immigrants: Foreign-born residents have unusually large impact on Worcester's economy

Grant Welker |

Immigrants in Worcester are more likely than native citizens to start their own business and have bachelor's degrees, giving them a disproportionate share of the economy.

Mass. moves one step closer to marijuana sales with testing lab approvals

Grant Welker |

Two laboratories have been approved by the Cannabis Control Commission to begin testing marijuana, another milestone in the soon-to-come legal recreational marijuana retail market.

Jack's Abby begins sponsorship with Worcester Railers

Framingham brewery Jack's Abby Craft Lagers is now one of dozens of corporate sponsors for the Worcester Railers Hockey Club.

CCC on lookout for products that might appeal to children

State House News Service |

Massachusetts regulators want to keep a close eye on the types of marijuana products that will be for sale to adults once marijuana retailers open and whether those products might appeal to children.

Canal District gets $400K for streetscape improvements

Grant Welker |

The mixed-use Harding Green project has received a boost as the Worcester was granted $400,000 for streetscape improvements in the area around the development.

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