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Bull Mansion owners looking for investors to improve building, business

Zachary Comeau |

The owners of Bull Mansion, a 143-year-old function space in Worcester, are looking for investors to help make upgrades in the building and improve the business.

Redemption Rock to feature beers with Central Mass. businesses

Redemption Rock Brewing Co. is releasing new seasonal beers and has turned experiments and collaborations with other Central Massachusetts companies into new products.

Everett casino expects 8 million visitors per year

Having secured its Massachusetts casino license, Wynn Resorts on Wednesday evening said it is now focused on bring an "experience unlike anything the region has ever seen."

Good Chemistry hopes its passion for cannabis will help drive Worcester business

Zachary Comeau |

Colorado-based Good Chemistry will become the first to offer recreational marijuana sales in the city on Wednesday.

Worcester ballpark costs going for further approval

Grant Welker |

Though key votes have already been approved, the Worcester City Council has more votes upcoming on costs to build a ballpark for the Pawtucket Red Sox.

New women-owned Shrewsbury Street bar to open Friday

The Medusa's Saloon, a new women- and minority-owned restaurant and bar, will join Worcester's collection of Shrewsbury Street eateries later this week.

Wachusett Brewing Co. begins 4,000-sq.-ft. expansion

Zachary Comeau |

Wachusett Brewing Co. has quietly begun construction on a 4,000-square-foot expansion in Westminster to replace its tented event space and add a new kitchen.

Good Chemistry, Worcester's first recreational pot shop, to open May 1

Good Chemistry was given notice Friday from the state to begin operations in three calendar days and become Worcester's first cannabis shop.

As 4/20 approaches, state urges responsible recreation

State House News Service |

Saturday will be the first April 20 with legal and accessible marijuana for sale in Massachusetts, and the state is reminding consumers to puff, dab or dose responsibly.

Cumberland Farms going after Starbucks crowd with new convenience stores

Grant Welker |

Cumberland Farms still has 99-cent coffee but is going more upscale with kiosks with menus featuring espresso and an Italian ciabatta sandwich.

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