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Moon Hill, Red Apple Farm plan brew yard, cider

Zachary Comeau |

Gardner's Moon Hill Brewing Co. and a Phillipston's Red Apple Farm are partnering to bring Worcester County a summerlong brew yard.

Fitchburg group to build one-ton paper airplane

Fifteen local artists hope to create the largest paper airplane ever assembled, taking ideas from some of Central Massachusetts' largest manufacturers and paper from historic paper-making businesses...

Worcester's Printers Building wins preservation award

Grant Welker |

The Printers Building in downtown Worcester, which is being renovated as it shifts from its namesake former use to a range of modern uses, has received an award from an urban revitalization group.

Strand, Elm theaters buck against industry trends

Grant Welker |

The Strand and the Elm theaters keep prices low and capitalize on the loyalty of theater-goers who put a premium on the old-fashion experience of seeing a movie.

Hanover Theatre seeking to become cultural epicenter

Later this year, The Hanover Theatre will open 1920s-themed restaurant Josephine, which is part of a much larger strategy to turn its section of downtown into a thriving Theatre District.

Printers Building becoming the Hub of Innovation

Grant Welker |

For most of its nearly century of history, Worcester's Printers Building has been just as its name implies: the home to printing operations.

Fitchburg State remaking theater as new community, incubator space

Grant Welker |

A theater on Fitchburg's Main Street has sat vacant for decades as a lost opportunity to help revitalize a stretch of downtown but the building is now being brought back to life.

Survey: Worcester college students say city needs to improve

A new survey of 520 Worcester-area college students found city life for students needs some work.

The 20 most developable sites in Central Mass.

Grant Welker |

These properties – which could host retail, housing, industrial or office complexes, or some mix – are practically hiding in plain sight, simply waiting for the right buyer or builder.

Hanover Theatre has first female chairwoman

Grant Welker |

Marianne Felice, who has been a member of the theater since it opened in 2008, was named the board's first female head on Friday.

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