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Worcester County home prices rise to $264K

The property value of homes in Worcester County and statewide continued their climb in April, with the median home price in the county rising more than 9 percent.

WPI using $240K grant to address gender, racial biases

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester Polytechnic Institute received a $240,000 grant from the Davis Educational Foundation to help teach WPI students how to call out biases in race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status or...

Webster Price Chopper latest retailer to partner with Instacart

Grocery delivery service Instacart is increasing its presence in Central Massachusetts with a new partnership with Price Chopper in Webster.

AA Transportation owner purchases Boylston building for $630K

Zachary Comeau |

A 6,000-square-foot Boylston building housing an electronics company has been sold to a Shrewsbury real estate developer and investor for $630,000.

New phase to begin on Pleasant Valley Crossing in Sutton

Grant Welker |

Construction is set to begin in the next few weeks on the latest phase of retail space at the Pleasant Valley Crossing shopping center in Sutton.

Seven Hills Foundation buys former Honey Farms offices for $860K

Grant Welker |

The Seven Hills Foundation has bought the former Honey Farms headquarters in Worcester for a family services and education center.

Construction begins on $21M Kelley Square building

Grant Welker |

Construction has started on a $21-million mixed-use building taking over the dirt parking lot in Worcester's Kelley Square.

Bravehearts ask for new team name: Pies or hot dogs?

Zachary Comeau |

Pies or hot dogs? That's the question currently posed by collegiate summer league baseball team Worcester Bravehearts.

Saint Vincent Hospital opening behavioral health unit

Grant Welker |

Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester is opening a new behavioral health wing of its emergency department on Monday as it seeks to meet a growing need.

Framingham State pairs with Assumption, Newbury colleges

Framingham State University has partnered with Assumption College and Newbury College to give students an option to earn a graduate degree just one year after their bachelor's.

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