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Notre Dame group appeals judge's decision in hopes to block demolition

Zachary Comeau |

The Save Notre Dame Alliance has officially filed an appeal of a Worcester Superior Court judge's ruling to deny a temporary injunction in an effort to halt the destruction of the Notre Dame des...

Church preservation group to appeal judge's denial of injunction to halt demolition

Zachary Comeau |

A group of citizens trying to prevent the demolition of the Notre Dame church in Worcester will appeal a judge's decision to deny the group's injunction against the property owner.

Fitchburg wastewater business owner sentenced to probation, $20K fine

Zachary Comeau |

The owner of a Fitchburg private wastewater treatment company and an engineering company has been sentenced to three years of probation and other penalties for falsifying wastewater supplies and test...

Last-ditch injunction hearing urges Notre Dame preservation

Zachary Comeau |

A judge will issue a ruling on an injunction to delay demolition of the Notre Dame des Canadiens church.

Senate to take up clean energy acceleration

State House News Service |

Utilities would need to ramp up renewable energy purchases, the state could expand its support of offshore wind, and commercial solar endeavors would be freed from restrictions, under legislation the...

Old mill presents opportunity & obstacle to the new Hopedale

Zachary Comeau |

Town officials push for new commercial development and weigh eminent domain as they look to remake economy.

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...

101: Finding talent

SUSAN SHALHOUB |

Hiring is never an easy task for an employer – especially if a recruiter is not in the budget. For large companies, less-bureaucratic small businesses may be luring your potential...

UMass Memorial to close Leominster, Fitchburg services

Grant Welker |

UMass Memorial Health Care plans to close an inpatient pediatrics unit and a cardiac rehabilitation unit in Leominster and an urgent care center in Fitchburg.

Worcester eyes 48 acres in Princeton for watershed protection

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester is looking to acquire more than 48 acres of land in Princeton for $180,000 to protect its water supply.

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