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Mixed results on MetroWest industrial, office markets

Grant Welker |

The MetroWest property market had a stronger third quarter for occupied office space but weaker results for industrial space.

Franklin marijuana grower building out retail space

Grant Welker |

New England Treatment Access, a Franklin marijuana grower and seller, is expanding its already-sprawling growing and manufacturing space and working to add a retail store.

Worcester vacancy rate hits year low

Grant Welker |

The vacancy rate for office and lab space in Worcester hit 10.1 percent in the third quarter, its best mark in the past year, according to a new report.

Menkiti Group to acquire pawn shop building on Main Street from MassDevelopment

Zachary Comeau |

The Menkiti family is making yet another move to purchase property downtown, as the Menkiti Group has agreed to a purchase and sale agreement to buy the former Pawn Shop building in Worcester.

10 things we learned about Worcester's PawSox negotiations from reading the city's emails

Grant Welker |

Following the team's announcement of plans to relocate in advance of the 2021 season, WBJ made a public records request for the email exchanges between city and team officials.

CycleBar to open in Milford Crossing next month

Zachary Comeau |

A new indoor cycling franchise is expected to open Nov. 1 in the Milford Crossing plaza on Route 109 in Milford.

Sears in Natick Mall only Mass. store to close in bankruptcy

Zachary Comeau |

The Sears store in the Natick Mall is the only of the troubled retail giant's stores to close in Massachusetts after it filed for bankruptcy Monday.

Experts: Out-of-staters boost Mass. economy

State House News Service |

Economists have long argued that a labor crunch in Massachusetts, punctuated by an aging workforce and slow natural growth in the labor force and population, is serving as a brake on economic growth.

Sears, with 11 Central Mass. stores, files for bankruptcy; CEO resigns

Grant Welker |

Sears Holdings, the troubled department stores with 11 Sears and Kmart locations in Central Massachusetts, filed for bankruptcy Monday.

As state economy grows, questions of where new labor is coming from

State House News Service |

The most recent numbers from the state show a sharp uptick in the labor force in Massachusetts. The question is where are those people coming from.

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