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This marks the second time in three years WBJ has won the top prize for a midsized publication from AABP, and was one of five awards WBJ received for content produced in 2021.
The 228-unit residential building under construction near to the $160-million Polar Park baseball stadium, and key to the plan to pay off the public stadium, is at risk of losing its 15-year tax break, according to a report by the Worcester version
Through their first 22 home games, the Worcester Red Sox averaged 7,638 fans per game, more fans than the team has seats at its new $160-million baseball stadium.
Although Denis Dowdle’s developments in Worcester are still more on paper than in steel, his proposed six-building project across from the Polar Park baseball stadium remains one of the most influential developments in the city.
In standings alone, Polar Beverages is a defining force in Worcester.
Larry Lucchino will hold tremendous sway over the Greater Worcester business and cultural communities until he and the rest of the WooSox ownership group decide to sell the team, which may be sooner rather than later.
Few professionals in Central Massachusetts have their hands on as many levers of power as Michael Angelini, giving him a unique ability to make deals happen, arrange connections between powerful people, and mentor up-and-coming leaders in the
Brian Treitman’s love of BBQ starts with its inherent role of taking cheap cuts of meat and turning them into savory dishes enjoyed by the masses.
In 2021, the Bravehearts averaged 1,229 fans per game, less than half of that of 2019. A major contributor to this slough was the inability to sell group tickets to businesses and schools, due to remote work and learning.
The team completed its inaugural season with an attendance average of 6,145 fans per home game, good for sixth among all minor league teams, and included two sellouts and seven games with more than 8,500 fans in attendance.
The Worcester Red Sox will be playing under a new league name starting this season, Major League Baseball announced Wednesday.
The property includes an 8,200-square-foot industrial warehouse formerly occupied by Worcester Electrical Associates, Inc., which sold the property to Mahoney in September.
Completion dates for the office and hotel buildings in Madison Properties’ development across the street from Worcester’s Polar Park stadium have been pushed back another year.
The Worcester Planning Board has unanimously approved a revised definitive site plan for The Cove, a mixed-use development in the Polar Park ballpark tax district, cutting the planned project from 13 stories to seven.
The City of Worcester has been assigned a ‘AA’ rating for its $208 million general obligation municipal purpose loan of 2022 bonds, which were scheduled to sell competitively on Jan. 24.
Madison Properties has received $57 million in financing for its 228-unit residential building from Rockland Trust Company.
Three seasons after moving the Boston Red Sox's top minor league franchise to Worcester, the ownership group of the Worcester Red Sox have reached an agreement to sell the team to Diamond Baseball Holdings, according to a Boston Globe report. Diamond is a New York City-based holding company with more than 20 other minor league baseball franchises, including the Portland Sea Dogs in Maine. The sale to the corporate owner contradicts WooSox Chairman Larry Lucchino's previous comments that he wanted to sell to a local owner.