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New $10M redevelopment adds to Fitchburg's mill culture

Grant Welker |

Fitchburg's growing number of mill renovations in the past decade will allow residents to live in one revitalized mill and work in another just down the street, all clustered west of downtown.

Marlborough retail buildings sell for $3.6M

Two small retail buildings on Route 20 in Marlborough have sold for $3.6 million, a price per square foot that the broker says sets a high mark for the I-495 market.

Report: MetroWest office market serves as relief valve for rising rents in Boston

Grant Welker |

The MetroWest office market is serving as a relief valve for companies struggling to pay rents in Boston or Cambridge, according to a Jones Lang LaSalle report.

SBA honors Jack's Abby, Marlborough maintenance firm

Grant Welker |

Framingham brewery Jack's Abby and SCS Building Maintenance of Marlborough have been honored by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Twin Cities Plaza undergoing $4M renovation

Grant Welker |

Twin Cities Plaza, anchored by a Hannaford supermarket and straddling the Fitchburg-Leominister line, is undergoing an overhaul for a more modern look and landscaping.

Wells Fargo opens commercial banking office in Worcester

Wells Fargo has opened a regional banking services office in Worcester as just the third New England location for the country's third largest bank.

Worcester County homes selling for $250K so far in 2018

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester County home sale prices continue to climb at a pace above the Massachusetts average, with the median sale prices for the year now reaching $250,000.

Curtis left Worcester for more modern W. Boylston facility

Curtis Industries left its Worcester location for West Boylston last year, and this year, manufacturers Primetals and Allegro Microsystems said they plan to move out of the city as well.

Worcester firm to pay $125K over tax lien fees

A Worcester tax lien purchaser will pay $125,000, including in restitution to about 100 Central Massachusetts homeowners, to settle allegations it collected unlawful fees in connection with its...

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...

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