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A holistic approach to treating addiction

AdCare Hospital clinical supervisor Stephanie Pratico stresses the holistic and mindfulness aspects of overcoming addiction.

Moon Hill, Red Apple Farm plan brew yard, cider

Zachary Comeau |

Gardner's Moon Hill Brewing Co. and a Phillipston's Red Apple Farm are partnering to bring Worcester County a summerlong brew yard.

Fitchburg group to build one-ton paper airplane

Fifteen local artists hope to create the largest paper airplane ever assembled, taking ideas from some of Central Massachusetts' largest manufacturers and paper from historic paper-making businesses...

Worcester's Printers Building wins preservation award

Grant Welker |

The Printers Building in downtown Worcester, which is being renovated as it shifts from its namesake former use to a range of modern uses, has received an award from an urban revitalization group.

Strand, Elm theaters buck against industry trends

Grant Welker |

The Strand and the Elm theaters keep prices low and capitalize on the loyalty of theater-goers who put a premium on the old-fashion experience of seeing a movie.

Hanover Theatre seeking to become cultural epicenter

Later this year, The Hanover Theatre will open 1920s-themed restaurant Josephine, which is part of a much larger strategy to turn its section of downtown into a thriving Theatre District.

Printers Building becoming the Hub of Innovation

Grant Welker |

For most of its nearly century of history, Worcester's Printers Building has been just as its name implies: the home to printing operations.

Fitchburg State remaking theater as new community, incubator space

Grant Welker |

A theater on Fitchburg's Main Street has sat vacant for decades as a lost opportunity to help revitalize a stretch of downtown but the building is now being brought back to life.

Survey: Worcester college students say city needs to improve

A new survey of 520 Worcester-area college students found city life for students needs some work.

The 20 most developable sites in Central Mass.

Grant Welker |

These properties – which could host retail, housing, industrial or office complexes, or some mix – are practically hiding in plain sight, simply waiting for the right buyer or builder.

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