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Historical Commission OKs U-Haul facility at vacant factory

Zachary Comeau |

A project to renovate the former Melville Shoe Co. building at 44 Hammond Road in Worcester into a self-storage facility passed one hurdle as the Historical Commission signed off.

Economic risks on horizon, Boston Fed economist says

Grant Welker |

A senior policy advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston said Thursday economic risks sit on the horizon.

Former Worcester shoe factory to be rehabilitated for U-Haul storage facility

Zachary Comeau |

A vacant 225,000-square-foot building and former manufacturing facility of the Melville Shoe Corp. is proposed to be repurposed as a U-Haul storage and retail facility in Worcester.

Webster apartment complex sells for $5.4M

A 50-unit apartment complex in Webster has sold for $5.4 million.

Grafton, state seek buyer for part of former Grafton State Hospital

Grafton is moving forward with a proposal to sell 8.8 acres of the former Grafton State Hospital land in conjunction with the state.

Rome Furniture in Gardner to close, sell 60K-sf building

A 74-year-old furniture store in Gardner is selling its 60,000-square-foot building as the company is going out of business.

Boston surveying firm to open Worcester office

A third-generation, Boston-based surveying firm is opening a 2,000-square-foot Worcester office this spring.

Worcester dry cleaning business fined $84K

A Main Street dry cleaning business in Worcester is being ordered to pay almost $84,000 in penalties for violating environmental regulations.

Movers & Shakers

Who's on the move in Central Massachusetts?

Someone who owes you money files for bankruptcy. Now what?

MARK W. POWERS |

You have just learned that your counterparty has filed for bankruptcy. Be aware that deadlines in bankruptcy move quickly, and creditors who sit on their rights may lose them.

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