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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.

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.

Engineering firm VHB to leave Union Station for Mercantile Center

Zachary Comeau |

National engineering firm VHB has signed a long-term lease for nearly 9,000 square feet of office space at the Mercantile Center.

Cannabis Control Commission closing in on lab licensing

State House News Service |

State regulators are preparing to put one of the most significant roadblocks to the rollout of the non-medical marijuana industry in the rearview mirror later this month.

Pottery Barn, Homesense coming to Northborough Crossing

Grant Welker |

Pottery Barn opened a new outlet store at Northborough Crossing on Thursday and will soon be joined by a new Homesense.

17 recreational marijuana shops proposed in Worcester

Zachary Comeau |

So far, companies have publicly informed Worcester of their plans to open 17 recreational marijuana stores in the city, according to new data from city officials.

CMass businesses briefed on Grand Bargain fallout

Grant Welker |

The minimum wage will rise, workers will no longer receive higher pay on Sundays and holidays, and a paid family and medical leave gives workers new benefits.

Internet sales tax law changing

MICHAEL P. DUFFY |

The U.S. Supreme Court has opened the door for states to impose a sales tax collection obligation on large and medium-sized out-of-state retailers operating over the internet.

SJC Drums nearly quadruples space with expansion

Zachary Comeau |

The main entrance of the company's new digs in Southbridge is highlighted by displays of kits used by some of the company's most famous clients, including drummers from Slipknot, Green Day and...

Natick Mall Brookstone to close as company files for bankruptcy

Zachary Comeau |

The Brookstone store in the Natick Mall will close as the company plans to significantly scale back its retail business as it files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

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