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Bay State Savings Bank has promoted three people at its Worcester headquarters: THOMAS BELTON to senior vice president of information technology, JEANIE...

The Canal Distric's now second-biggest developer seeks to avoid homogenization


Worcester's Canal District is no stranger to multi-million dollar developments.

Not to harsh your PawSox buzz, but…

Brad Kane |

This is where my thoughts drifted during the excitement following the PawSox announcement: What is the tax rate going to do now?

Contaminated land in Framingham listed for sale

Zachary Comeau |

The owners of a now closed hazardous waste storage facility in Framingham are seeking buyers for about 2.6 acres of contaminated land in Framingham.

Cornerstone, U.S. agree to $415K Shrewsbury Street drug restaurant settlement

Zachary Comeau |

The federal government will pay Worcester-based Cornerstone Bank $415,000 after it sells the former Usual and Chameleon restaurant building on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester.

Sports economists: $101M WooSox stadium deal unlikely to beat the odds

Grant Welker |

Sports economists sharply criticized Worcester's ballpark plan, saying public benefits are often minimal and the spillover effects overstated.

More high-end homes sold in Central Massachusetts

Zachary Comeau |

Even as rising real estate prices are pushing more homes into the realm of luxury pricing, the surging economy is creating more wealth in Massachusetts and would-be buyers are eschewing the...

Marlborough plaza sells for $6.3M

A commercial plaza on Route 20 in Marlborough has sold for $6.3 million to a Texas investment company.

Cleveland buyer pays $4M for Webster condo complex

A real estate company based in Cleveland has bought a Webster housing complex, Hartley Terrace, for just over $4 million.

Sprawling Westminster commercial building sells for $13M

Grant Welker |

A nearly 700,000-square-foot commercial building off Route 2 in Westminster has sold for $13 million.

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