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Second Kelley Square design workshop set for Oct. 24

Grant Welker |

Engineers are starting to plan what could be a drastic overhaul of Kelley Square in order to make way for baseball fans and other visitors for a proposed ballpark in the Canal District.

Movers & Shakers

Thirteen professionals were on the move in Central Massachusetts last week.

Restaurants, brewery among those interested in Union Station space

Zachary Comeau |

Four entities - largely food and beverage-based establishments - are expressing interest in Worcester's Union Station.

Framingham MBTA diner to close permanently, available for lease

The former Deluxe Depot Diner at the Framingham MBTA station is now available for lease.

Commuter rail ending at Littleton/495 station for work

Some commuter rail trains on the Fitchburg line will stop at the Littleton/495 station starting Oct. 15 to allow crews to replace 30,000 railroad ties along the track.

Mass. marijuana board considering Union Station, downtown Worcester locations for HQ

Zachary Comeau |

In addition to Union Station, the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission is considering several downtown locations for its Worcester-based headquarters.

Kelley Square overhaul to begin at public hearing Wednesday

Zachary Comeau |

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation on Wednesday is holding a public workshop on a planned reconstruction of Kelley Square in Worcester.

Worcester selling advertising to pay for parking improvements

Grant Welker |

Five city-owned parking garages are being adorned with new advertisements in an initiative to soon spread to 14 outdoor lots, bringing a wave of new ads to city neighborhoods.

MBTA board approves Union Station platform expansion

Grant Welker |

An MBTA board approved a design contract Monday for a second train platform at Worcester's Union Station, a first step toward an expansion of the station's capacity.

Educate your employees

JAMES VANDER HOOVEN |

Continuing education is key to remaining competitive in our rapidly changing economy. This applies not only to individuals, but businesses. An educated workforce is a huge asset in an industry.

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