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Worcester chamber says CPA will raise taxes

Zachary Comeau |

The Worcester City Council is considering placing a ballot question in November to ask city residents to adopt the Community Preservation Act, but at least the city's main business group is hesitant...

Marlborough chamber CEO to retire

Zachary Comeau |

The longtime head of the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce is retiring at the end of August, the chamber announced this month.

Hangover Pub, Broth seek new licenses to reopen

Zachary Comeau |

The Hangover Pub, which closed last month due to an owner's connection to Kevin Perry's drug money laundering scheme, is applying for a liquor license under a new entity to reopen the Worcester...

AC Hotel opens on Worcester's Front Street

The 170-room AC Hotel by Marriott on Front Street in Worcester opened Thursday, the hotel announced on social media.

2ovens restaurant in Shrewsbury a casualty of Bertucci's bankruptcy

Grant Welker |

A concept restaurant in Shrewsbury from Bertucci's called 2ovens has closed as part of the Northborough chain's bankruptcy filing.

Bertucci's files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Zachary Comeau |

Citing debts of of $119 million, Northborough-based Bertucci's has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in federal court, the Italian restaurant chain announced in a press release Monday.

Promising Shrewsbury Street site awaits outcome of laundering case

Zachary Comeau |

Two successful restaurants launched at 166 Shrewsbury St. Now, the space is devoid of any human life, and it will remain that way until the government sells the building.

Ground Effect Brewing Co. to open in Hudson this summer

Zachary Comeau |

If all goes as planned, Hudson will see its second brewery in three years open this summer.

NH firm seeks recreational pot license in Framingham D'Angelos building

Zachary Comeau |

A New Hampshire medical marijuana company will apply for a recreational marijuana retailer license to operate a cannabis shop on Route 30 in Framingham.

Chameleon, Blackstone Tap can be sold following drug plea

Zachary Comeau |

The federal government can now begin the process of selling nine properties - including two Worcester restaurants - purchased by former restaurateur and convicted drug dealer Kevin Perry.

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