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Former Escape Games owner plans arcade bar Pixels and Pints

Zachary Comeau |

The former owner of Escape Games Worcester is planning to open an arcade bar inside the former Mass Barbell gym location on Grafton Street in Worcester.

WPI professor aims to understand life and death of our cells

Grant Welker |

Worcester Polytechnic Institute professor Kristen Billiar is looking to find the causes of unexplained cell deaths in our bodies that can lead to diseases.

40 Things I Know About ... Arts & business

Juliet Feibel |

To celebrate the nonprofit's 40th anniversary, ArtsWorcester Executive director Juliet Feibel will write four business advice columns related to the arts community throughout the year.

Worcester Courthouse redevelopment wins share of $45M state funding

A planned renovation of the former Worcester County Courthouse into 117 units of housing has received another funding boost, taking a share of state funding announced Thursday.

DeLeo lays out $1B plan to counteract climate change town by town

State House News Service |

House Speaker Robert DeLeo proposed a sweeping $1 billion environmental grant program Friday that, over the next decade, would fund municipal efforts to build renewable-energy infrastructure and...

Hydropower pipeline to Mass. gains critical support

State House News Service |

Maine Gov. Janet Mills said she is now behind a project to bring clean hydropower from Quebec to Massachusetts and will allow the project to advance through approval processes.

Four Worcester organizations land Fallon Health grants

Genesis Club House, the Boys & Girls Club of Worcester, Girls Inc. of Worcester and The SHINE Initiative have each collected $10,000 grants from Fallon Health.

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?

Why LakePharma left a Worcester project for Hopkinton, allowing a Chinese competitor to take its place

Zachary Comeau |

LakePharma company was going to bring 150 jobs to Worcester, but a Chinese competitor took its place after the company decided it couldn't wait any longer and moved to Hopkinton.

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