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Drive and passion will carry Central Mass. forward in 2018

Worcester Business Journal's annual Economic Forecast issue gives us a chance to take a step back and reflect on everything that happened in the past year, which we use to predict what will come for...

A tight housing market continues to push prices, downtown visions will be realized

Grant Welker |

The trends are going in the right direction for homeowners: an increase in prices and a sharp drop this year in foreclosures, both in Central Massachusetts and across the state. A tight supply market...

Food, beer and sports will dominate Central Massachusetts' hospitality industry

Zachary Comeau |

This past year was huge for the Worcester restaurant, entertainment and hospitality scene, with exciting announcements and openings.

Wormtown, Dunkin Donuts to release winter solstice beer

Zachary Comeau |

Wormtowm Brewery in Worcester announced Monday a partnership with Dunkin Donuts on the release of DDark Roasted Brew, a stoute-style beer brewed with Dunkin Donuts' dark roast beans, according to a...

Milford's Depot Street to open second restaurant in Worcester

Zachary Comeau |

The owner of Milford's Depot Street Tavern in April will open his second restaurant in the former Perfect Game spot in Worcester's Canal District, the restaurateur said via phone Monday.

Dunkin Donuts to be built in Hopkinton after court ruling

Zachary Comeau |

A vacant lot on Hopkinton's West Main Street is now being prepared for a Dunkin Donuts following years of appeals after the project was approved by town officials.

Framingham's Magnuson Hotel slated for 26K-sf addition

Zachary Comeau |

Lexington developer Soniya Hotel, LLC has applied to majorly renovate the Magnuson Hotel property in Framingham behind the British Beer Co. along Route 9.

Wachusett leads Top 10 largest Central Mass. breweries

Brad Kane |

Wachusett Brewing Co. in Westminster is the largest brewery in Central Massachusetts, according to data compiled by Worcester Business Journal.

CitySquare II marketing one of last Downtown Worcester development sites

Grant Welker |

The last buildable site on the former Galleria property is for sale, with potential for an eight-story, 200,000-square-foot building.

Educate yourself on what you are eating

LYNN STROMBERG |

Kitchens have caught on to changing menus with the seasons, but be weary, food may not always come from local farms.

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