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Dunkin Donuts to be built in Hopkinton after court ruling

Zachary Comeau |

A vacant lot on Hopkinton's West Main Street is now being prepared for a Dunkin Donuts following years of appeals after the project was approved by town officials.

Framingham's Magnuson Hotel slated for 26K-sf addition

Zachary Comeau |

Lexington developer Soniya Hotel, LLC has applied to majorly renovate the Magnuson Hotel property in Framingham behind the British Beer Co. along Route 9.

Wachusett leads Top 10 largest Central Mass. breweries

Brad Kane |

Wachusett Brewing Co. in Westminster is the largest brewery in Central Massachusetts, according to data compiled by Worcester Business Journal.

CitySquare II marketing one of last Downtown Worcester development sites

Grant Welker |

The last buildable site on the former Galleria property is for sale, with potential for an eight-story, 200,000-square-foot building.

Educate yourself on what you are eating

LYNN STROMBERG |

Kitchens have caught on to changing menus with the seasons, but be weary, food may not always come from local farms.

Colleges' battle for students' hearts & minds extends to their stomachs

Grant Welker |

If attracting students is an arms race for colleges, not every campus can build the most elaborate recreation center, but even much smaller schools can give their students food that alumni would...

Restaurants respond to time, cost pressures as lunch crowd shrinks

Grant Welker |

Last year, people took 433 million fewer trips to restaurants than in the prior year. That 2-percent decline led to an estimated $3.2 billion in lost sales.

How Tree House just sort of created a cult beer following

Zachary Comeau |

Despite high acclaim from customers and rating sites, Tree House Brewing Co. beer is hard to get your hands on. The brewery doesn't distribute, so beer lovers are forced to make the drive to the...

The PawSox true value

Grant Welker |

With Worcester eyeing a deal others have valued at $38 million to attract the minor league baseball team from Rhode Island, economists warn $7 million is a better deal for the city.

Cliff Rucker expands Worcester holdings

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester Railers Owner Cliff Rucker has become a major part of the city's economic and cultural remaking, investing heavily in a busy strip of Downtown Worcester.

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