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Worcester's fifth brewery

Zachary Comeau |

Redemption Rock Brewing Co. looks to join the city's craft beer scene by December

Worcester approves $101M financing for PawSox ballpark

Grant Welker| Zachary Comeau |

City councilors on Wednesday approved the borrowing of nearly $101 million to pay for a ballpark in the Canal District and other ordinances for the project.

Redemption Rock Brewing hopes to open on Shrewsbury Street this year

Zachary Comeau |

Worcester's fifth brewery and second on Shrewsbury Street hopes to jump into the Central Massachusetts craft beer scene later this year.

Mass. ranks sixth in energy efficiency jobs, per report

State House News Service |

Massachusetts ranks sixth in the nation for number of full-time energy efficiency jobs in 2017, according to a new report, dropping from fourth in 2016.

Mass. courts uphold DEP authority on electric emissions

The state's highest court on Tuesday upheld a state department's authority to impose a cap regulation establishing declining aggregate greenhouse gas emissions on power plants, dismissing arguments...

Movers & Shakers

Bay State Savings Bank has promoted three people at its Worcester headquarters: THOMAS BELTON to senior vice president of information technology, JEANIE...

Contaminated land in Framingham listed for sale

Zachary Comeau |

The owners of a now closed hazardous waste storage facility in Framingham are seeking buyers for about 2.6 acres of contaminated land in Framingham.

Central Mass. could be nuclear training leader

DAVID MEDICH |

Central Mass. universities could gain national recognition by having local universities, hospitals and industry working together to offer multi-disciplinary nuclear programs.

Maine environmental group opposes Mass. energy transmission project

State House News Service |

An environmental nonprofit from Maine was expected to oppose contracts related to the 140-mile New England Clean Energy Connect transmission project at a hearing Wednesday.

Column: Running out of time and energy

ROY NASCIMENTO |

Even as we celebrate all that our business community contributes to the region, we can see a cloud on the horizon. Energy costs are rising quickly in an already expensive state.

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