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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.

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.

Koopman Hardware family sells land to storage business for $6.6M

Grant Welker |

The family behind Koopman Hardware & Lumber has sold part of its Grafton property and a Whitinsville site for a combined $6.6 million to a national storage facility firm.

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.

North Central chamber names new chairman

The president of S.J. Mullaney Engineering in Leominster has been named the new board chairman for the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce.

Fallon Health hits new membership high and $2.8M profit

Grant Welker |

Fallon Health of Worcester hit a new high of more than 277,000 members in the second quarter, a period in which it also reported a $2.8 million net profit, it announced Wednesday.

Worcester courthouse redevelopment wins $800K tax credit

Grant Welker |

A long-awaited redevelopment of the former Worcester County Courthouse in Lincoln Square will be helped by an $800,000 state historical tax credit.

MGM preps for Springfield opening, highway advertising

State House News Service |

MGM Springfield, the state's first resort casino, has been humming with activity in recent days as employees complete dry runs of gaming and entertainment operations ahead of the planned grand...

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