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No reservations about hotel growth

Yet, there is concern from industry experts the hotel industry is heading for a slowdown; not necessarily reversing course but delivering much less robust growth. This is a valid concern, but it is...

40 Things I Know About ... Arts & business

Juliet Feibel |

To celebrate the nonprofit's 40th anniversary, ArtsWorcester Executive director Juliet Feibel will write four business advice columns related to the arts community throughout the year.

Dunn has become a legend in the arena industry

Grant Welker |

Sandy Dunn worked her way up quickly, becoming the DCU Center's executive secretary, then director of events and administration, and assistant general manager.

Indian Hill picks new CEO ahead of major expansion, move

Indian Hill Music, a Littleton nonprofit for music education and performance, has appointed a new CEO as it embarks on a move to a larger facility in Groton.

Plans nixed for 1920s-themed restaurant at Hanover Theater

Zachary Comeau |

Josephine, a 1920s-themed restaurant planned for the Hanover Theater, will not open in the space.

Movers & Shakers

Who's on the move in Central Massachusetts?

New downtown Worcester district seeks to add range of improvements

Grant Welker |

Worcester is set to roll out the eighth business improvement district in Massachusetts, adding events, signage and "ambassadors" to keep the neighborhood clean and help visitors.

Focus on money: Colleges will offer more value for students while looking to generate more revenue

Grant Welker |

In 2018, Central Massachusetts colleges saw the value like never before of partnering on academic programs letting students get their degree earlier than they might otherwise.

Westborough lands $5M buyer for vacant cinema

The operator of movie theatres in Cambridge and Connecticut has been awarded the winning bid of about $5 million to purchase and renovate a vacant movie theater in Westborough.

Fitchburg school-to-apartments conversion tops off

Grant Welker |

A ceremony held at the former B.F. Brown School was a chance for officials and development partners to mark the latest stage in what is seen as a revitalization of the city's downtown.

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