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Shortlisted architecture firm brought on board for WooSox stadium development

An architecture and design firm that was on the city's shortlist for the $100 million ballpark project for the future home of the Pawtucket Red Sox will get some work on the facility after all.

$7 million Westborough sale advances plan for 700 homes

Grant Welker |

A long-planned redevelopment of the former Westborough State Hospital is closer to reality after a closing of a $7 million sale of the site.

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SeaChange hires new chief commercial officer

Yossi Aloni has been appointed the new senior vice president and chief commercial officer at SeaChange International.

Fuel America bringing cafe, roastery to Worcester

Grant Welker |

Fuel America opens Saturday in Mercantile Center as the latest name to open on Front Street, joining the AC Hotel, 110 Grill, Fidelity Bank and Elizabeth Grady.

Dental office planned for Northborough site

A wooded site on Route 20 close to the entrance to Northborough Crossing is planned for a new 4,700 square-foot dental building.

Expect a healthy Central Mass. economy in 2019

Jerry Sargent |

In 2019, the region can expect more investment, given its relative accessibility and lower cost of living, as well as nine colleges producing a young and educated workforce.

Improvements coming: Transportation planning will upgrade Union Station, Kelley Square and outlying communities

Grant Welker |

A range of projects across Central Massachusetts are being undertaken with a goal in mind of helping economic development.

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.

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