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WRA begins lease discussions with restaurant, nightclub at Union Station

Zachary Comeau |

The Worcester Redevelopment Authority is moving forward with lease negotiations for the owner of the former Country Music Ranch & Saloon to operate a restaurant and nightclub in Union Station.

Fitchburg's Workers Credit Union building new Littleton headquarters

Grant Welker |

Workers Credit Union has begun building a new headquarters to take the company from Fitchburg to Littleton.

Movers & Shakers

Who's on the move in Central Massachusetts?

DCU Center prepping $37M upgrade to compete against other arenas

Grant Welker |

The DCU Center is in line for as much as nearly $37 million worth of upgrades in the coming few years.

Greater Worcester hotel growth outpaces national average as prices rise

Grant Welker |

The forecasted stall in the nation's hotel industry would come as Worcester metropolitan area hotels mark five years of growth in occupancy rates and average nightly room rates.

The Summit Lounge: Massachusetts' marijuana meeting place

Zachary Comeau |

Public social consumption remains illegal in Massachusetts, but for a monthly fee of $15, you can join the only private cannabis lounge in Massachusetts.

Reliant opening Shrewsbury facility Monday

Grant Welker |

Reliant Medical Group will open its latest new Central Massachusetts office on Monday in a former Price Chopper space in Shrewsbury.

BJ's exclusive brand to offer $6.99 wines

Westborough wholesaler BJ’s Wholesale Club is taking a page out of higher-end grocery stores and is now offering cheap wines from its exclusive brand.

Worcester's first recreational marijuana store to open in April

Zachary Comeau |

Good Chemistry, working with Worcester city staff, have mapped out the first 30 days of recreational marijuana sales at its Harrison Street store, which will be Worcester's first ever.

Patients, consumers sound off on marijuana preferences

State House News Service |

Medical marijuana patients and recreational consumers gave state regulators plenty to consider on Wednesday.

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