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Primetals considering leaving Worcester for $28M Sutton facility

Zachary Comeau |

Primetals Technologies, a London-based metal manufacturer that operates two facilities in Worcester, is looking to move, possibly a $28-million facility in Sutton.

New $7.3M space helps Becker video game program grow

Grant Welker |

As Becker College's video game design program has grown, it's been held back by just one thing: not enough space. The college doesn't have that problem anymore.

Amazon HQ2 in Mass. could require legislation, Baker says

State House News Service |

Amazon doesn't quite fit into the state's current set of job-boosting programs, according to Gov. Charlie Baker, who raised the idea Thursday of legislation tailored to suit the tech giant's needs.

Healthcare staffing firm signs Mercantile Center lease

A healthcare staffing firm will relocate its Worcester office to occupy more than 14,000 square feet of the Mercantile Center on Front Street.

UMass Memorial bids farewell to Patrick Muldoon

Emily Micucci |

Muldoon worked his last day on Jan. 31, after reversing the Worcester hospital's fortunes in the last four years.

Milford office park proposes 272 affordable units

Zachary Comeau |

Burlington-based Gutierrez Co. is proposing a 59-acre, 272-unit affordable apartment complex off Route 85 to instead of office space first envisioned.

deadhorse owners to open second restaurant March 1

Korean-style restaurant simjang -- the second location from the deadhorse hill team -- is expected to open March 1 on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester, said co-owner Albert LaValley on Tuesday.

Fantasy sports bill includes tax, panel

State House News Service |

With the legal status of daily fantasy sports set to expire in about five months, Sen. Eileen Donoghue has proposed making the popular fantasy contests permanently legal, putting the Massachusetts...

Worcester to buy Saint Vincent parcels for $385K, market site

Zachary Comeau |

The City of Worcester is set to acquire property parcels from Saint Vincent Hospital for Worcester Senior Center parking while marketing an unused portion of the center to developers.

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.

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