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Worcester mayor calls for city to work to attract PawSox

Worcester Mayor Joseph Petty has filed a resolution calling for City Manager Edward Augustus to do all that is reasonably in his power to attract the Pawtucket Red Sox to the city.

Medusa brewery planning $5.5 million canning facility

Zachary Comeau |

Medusa Brewing Co. will develop a $5.5-million canning facility adjacent to its existing taproom in Hudson.

Discover Central Mass. is fighting for funds

Grant Welker |

Two years after it was formed, Central Massachusetts' tourism marketing agency is struggling for financial support from 34 of its 35 towns.

Opinion: Artistic space influences the economy


If you want to look for a healthy community, look to its arts scene.

Fidelity Bank gets naming rights to new Worcester rinks

Grant Welker |

The ice rink and recreational center under construction in Worcester's Canal District will be named for Leominster-based Fidelity Bank.

Queen’s Cups closes in Millbury, sets Aug. 1 Worcester opening

The Queen’s Cups bakery has officially closed its Millbury store and plans to welcome customers to its new Canal District location next month.

Putting on the first Worcester Wine Festival

Ed Russo founded Lock 50 in Worcester's Canal District a year ago, accelerating his plans for a relaxing retirement at the urging of his son.

Kummerspeck bringing old concept to up-and-coming neighborhood


Matt Mahoney and Rachel Coit's Kummerspeck Restaurant & Delicatessen, a restaurant and bar combined with a full-service deli, is opening on Water Street soon.

50 years later, downtown Worcester redevelopment takes lesson from the past

Grant Welker |

Half a century after Worcester razed much of downtown to make way for the Galleria, the city is encouraging development concepts similar to what once was torn down.

Beer festival coming to Worcester Common

A beer festival and fundraiser that usually takes place at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston will be held at the Worcester Common in September.

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