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Armsby Abbey owners to open Conico restaurant in Hudson

Zachary Comeau |

The Worcester couple behind Armsby Abbey and Dive Bar are planning a third location, this one in Hudson.

Now available at Apex Center: Axe-throwing!

Grant Welker |

Visitors to the Apex Entertainment Center in Marlborough can already go bowling, race go-karts, play bumper carts or laser tag. Now they can play lumberjack.

Noodle bar opens in Worcester's Grid District

Grant Welker |

The latest restaurant — and the first in a wave set to open this year — is opening Monday at Worcester's Grid District.

Cannabis opponents want smaller scope in regs

Two years later, many of the same groups that contested the ballot question to legalize marijuana are clashing again over the scope of the newly-legal industry, setting up the state's young...

Regulations will create progressive Massachusetts marijuana industry

Steven Hoffman |

The chairman of the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission says well-founded regulations rooted in public input will help Massachusetts create a leading national marijuana industry.

Report gives detailed look at a growing, wealthy, diversifying MetroWest

Grant Welker |

A new report from researchers at UMass Dartmouth paints a detailed picture of a MetroWest region richer and better educated than the state as a whole, and an area fast-growing and diversifying.

Beechwood is Four Diamond hotel again, AAA says

The Beechwood Hotel in Worcester is again the only Four Diamond Hotel in Central Massachusetts, according to AAA Northeast.

Discovery Museum delays opening of $8.8M renovation

Zachary Comeau |

Those hoping to catch a glimpse of Acton's new Discovery Museum after an $8.8-million renovation will have to wait just a little longer, as the museum has pushed back its opening date.

deadhorse owners to open second restaurant March 1

Korean-style restaurant simjang -- the second location from the deadhorse hill team -- is expected to open March 1 on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester, said co-owner Albert LaValley on Tuesday.

The Massachusetts pot industry anxious after threats of federal crackdown

Zachary Comeau |

Marijuana companies can begin applying for Massachusetts recreational licenses in April and open stores in July, but federal changes this month indicating a shift toward a strict application of...

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