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  • Photo Finish
    Photo Finish

    Photo Finish: Jan. 21

  • Polar Properties’ Owner Sued Over Sale Talks

    A Maine-based property management firm is suing the owner of several Central Massachusetts facilities leased by Polar Beverages Corp.

  • Advice
    Advice

    101: Collaborating

    “Putting our heads together,” “partnering,” “teaming up” — there are many ways to say “working together,” but how can we ensure these arrangements run smoothly and are profitable for all concerned?

  • The Rainmaker
    The Rainmaker

    In Business, It Isn't Always About What You Get

    Ken Cook Special To The Worcester Business Journal

    After 46 years, Joe Lueken is getting out of the grocery business in a very big way. In an ultimate act of generosity and thankfulness, Joe is giving his business to his employees.

  • Page One Story
    Page One Story

    Industry Insiders: Office Lease Market Slowly Improving

    From today's print edition: It's slow and steady as it goes for the commercial office market in Central Massachusetts, reflecting much of what's happening in the broader economy, industry insiders say.

  • Focus On Commercial Real Estate
    Focus On Commercial Real Estate

    Studio Plan Takes Center Stage In Westborough

    Anton Nel, the man who wants to turn Westborough State Hospital into a film studio and mixed-use development, is a unique sort of developer for Central Massachusetts.

  • Advice
    Advice

    5 Tax Issues You Can’t Ignore

    Patrick L. Connolly Special To The Worcester Business Journal

    Along-awaited deal was passed by Congress Jan. 1 that prevented the immediate impact of going over the “fiscal cliff” of tax hikes and mandatory spending cuts.

  • Advice
    Advice

    10 Things I Know About ... Employee Background Checks

    Michael Murphy

    10. DON'T ASK, INITIALLYGenerally, employers may not ask about criminal offender record information (CORI) on initial written applications.9. HAVE A WRITTEN POLICY

  • Incorporations
    Incorporations

    Incorporations: Jan. 21

    These Central Massachusetts businesses filed incorporation papers with the Massachusetts Secretary of State's Office from Oct. 16-31, 2012. Listed below are the corporate name, address, ZIP and president.ACTON

  • Accolades & Honors: Jan. 21

    Westford-based tax consultant Steve Hoffman, “The Tax Translator,” completed the Million Dollar Consulting College in Newport, R.I. The college is run by author and speaker Alan Weiss.

  • WBJ Talk Back: Worcester WiFi, Super Bowl Pools

    Free WiFi For Worcester?Google plans to roll out free WiFi in a few selected geographies. Could it work here? There were two comments in this group discussion on our LinkedIn page:

  • Millbury Restaurant Accused In Music Copyright Case

    April 21, 2012, was a bad day for the Wheelock Inn in Millbury, though its owner, Steven Nevalsky, may not have known it at the time.

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Today's Poll

Why do you primarily visit the Canal District neighborhood in Worcester?
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Poll Description

The Canal District has gone through a number of transitions over the last few decades. The neighborhood once had one of the higher poverty rates in Worcester when businesses like the Dive Bar moved in, followed by a number of locally owned restaurants and bars. Just over 10 years ago, the retail shop Crompton Collective started attracting a different crowd of people looking for unique goods. This eclectic mix of small businesses and a walkable, urban vibe attracted the owners of Pawtucket Red Sox to move their baseball team in 2021 to the newly developed $160-million Polar Park, the most expensive minor league baseball stadium ever built. That development is being followed by a wave of market-rate multifamily housing projects, which are at varying degrees of development.