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No final licenses from CCC

It appears that the Cannabis Control Commission's final go-ahead for a retail marijuana store to open will not come this week, pushing the opening of the first retail shop into at least October.

Ballclub launches Polar Park website, Twitter

Zachary Comeau |

Polar Park may still be more than two years away, but baseball fans can now get their fix on a website complete with dozens of renderings and a 120-page master plan.

Falling behind: Worcester median income drops nearly 6%

Grant Welker |

The median income for a Worcester household fell by nearly 6 percent last year, appearing to show the city being left outside of broad economic gains statewide and elsewhere.

Former TJX IT executive joins Hanover board

Zachary Comeau |

A former TJX executive has been elected to The Hanover Insurance Group's board of directors.

Baseball leagues sanction PawSox move to Worcester

Zachary Comeau |

Major League Baseball, Minor League Baseball and the International League have all approved of the deal to move the Pawtucket Red Sox to Worcester.

Brew Beer Garden in Grid District to open Friday

The Brew Beer Garden, the long anticipated beer garden in the Grid District, has released its list of 40 beers on tap as it ramps up for its Friday opening.

Nevada marijuana company to partner with Leicester grower

A Las Vegas-based cannabis firm will partner with two Massachusetts-based companies, including one in Leicester, and looks to enter the state’s rapidly expanding market.

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.

Don't fear marijuana

Don't fear marijuana |

Even though marijuana has been legal in Massachusetts for six years, old stigmas die hard.

Funding a startup begins with the basics

ANTHONY PRICE |

Long before a startup gets its first customer, the founders are thinking about solving a problem and dominating their market by releasing their disruptive product into the world.

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