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State gives $36M for Worcester courthouse redevelopment

Grant Welker |

Redevelopment of the former Worcester County Courthouse in Lincoln Square is now getting nearly $36 million in state financing to help turn the property into housing.

Wynn Resorts says Encore on track to open June 23

State House News Service |

Wynn Resorts still intends to open its Everett casino on June 23 after talk of delay, MGM acquisition.

Planned autism school backs out of $20M Lincoln Square project

Zachary Comeau |

The new owner of the former Lincoln Square Boys Club in Worcester is now looking for a new tenant after a school for children with autism has backed out of the project.

Cogmedix to expand with new West Boylston HQ

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester medical device contract manufacturer Cogmedix is expanding its facilities and moving into a new headquarters at an 80,000-square-foot building in West Boylston.

Mass. unemployment rate hit lowest level in 19 years

Devina Bhalla |

April's unemployment rate was down from 3.0% in March to 2.9% in April, which is the lowest rate since December 2000, according to state officials.

Rutland looking to develop former state hospital site

Grant Welker |

The Town of Rutland is seeking development proposals for an empty hilltop site just south of the town center where the former Rutland State Hospital once stood.

Lancaster lumber facility penalized $9,620 for toxic use violations

Devina Bhalla |

Lancaster lumber treatment facility and distributor Bestway of New England, Inc. has been penalized $9,620 for hazardous waste and toxic use violations.

Movers & Shakers

Check out the recent movers and shakers landing new positions in Central Massachusetts.

Developer of critical WooSox mixed-use project has low-key history

Grant Welker |

The key principal for Boston-based Madison Properties has experience with Worcester but has never built a project like the one he has planned next to the proposed Polar Park.

Worcester close to securing all ballpark land

Zachary Comeau |

The Worcester Redevelopment Authority has now voted to acquire nearly all of the properties needed for the $101-million ballpark.

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