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Worcester and PawSox sign letter of intent to build $90M stadium

Grant Welker| Zachary Comeau |

Worcester has signed a letter of intent with the Pawtucket Red Sox, with a proposed $85 million to $90 million ballpark to attract the team to the city.

Guilty plea in New England Compounding Center case

Grant Welker |

A pharmacy technician involved in the deadly fungal meningitis case traced to Framingham's New England Compounding Center has pleaded guilty to nine counts of mail fraud.

Worcester expected to make PawSox announcement this afternoon

Worcester officials are planning an major announcement for 2 p.m. Friday at city hall, expected to relate to the Pawtucket Red Sox possibly moving to Worcester.

Mass. July unemployment ticks up to 3.6%

The state’s unemployment rate ticked up a bit in July and is one-tenth of a percentage lower than where it was at this time last year.

Ameresco completes DEA solar facility

Framingham renewable and efficiency energy firm Ameresco has completed a 2.5-megawatt solar energy system near the U.S.-Mexico border to help power a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency facility.

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.

Rocco's Doughnut Co. adding Westborough location

Grant Welker |

Rocco's Doughnut Co., a Millbury doughnut shop, is expanding to a second location in Westborough later this year directly behind a Dunkin' Donuts.

Pearl/Elm Garage in downtown Worcester to close for repairs

Grant Welker |

The Pearl/Elm Garage will close for repairs for more than a week starting Saturday after engineers determined the structure's safety has been compromised.

Maine environmental group opposes Mass. energy transmission project

State House News Service |

An environmental nonprofit from Maine was expected to oppose contracts related to the 140-mile New England Clean Energy Connect transmission project at a hearing Wednesday.

Mayor of Gardner, five others speaking against nurse staffing ballot question

State House News Service |

A bipartisan group of six mayors is asking counterparts across the state to oppose a nurse staffing question, saying they're concerned about its impact on local hospital finances.

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