Tag: Downtown

I’m a Worcester guy. I have been all of my life. I love Worcester, its size, its location, its neighborhoods. Sure, there are things that we can improve, but I wouldn’t trade our city for any other in New England.   As a Worcester guy, I hav...
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Performing arts centers across the county serve as catalysts for the growth and cultural vitality of their communities.  Much of the investment confidence felt in Worcester over the last eight and a half years can likely be attributed to the success...
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WORCESTER – Frequently referred to as an “ideas lab” on Tuesday, the Innovation Center Of Worcester provided one of its primary supporters, Congressman James McGovern, a look at what the 20 Franklin St. co-working space has been up to s...
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With words of welcome and the swing of a cut ribbon, Worcester opened its doors to entrepreneurs on Monday with the official ribbon cutting of the Innovation Center of Worcester. The center is located at 20 Franklin St., in the home of the former Tel...
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WORCESTER — Scribble on the walls, play a game of ping pong, lounge on a sofa. That’s what the employees of software company ten24 Inc. can do at their new office overlooking Worcester Common while working on projects for clients such as Scie...
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WORCESTER — Colee Ladue didn’t know she’d be taking classes downtown when she was admitted to the nursing program at Quinsigamond Community College, but she’s very happy to be there. “I love it. I think it’s very profe...
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Craig Blais gives a tour of the old Telegram & Gazette building at 20 Franklin St., Worcester, across from City Hall, which is being renovated for use by Quinsigamond Community College students Sept. 2. WORCESTER – Quinsigamond Community Co...
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After six successful years of starting up a business in Northborough, my company is looking to raise money, grow our national client base, build new products and hire young talent, and to do that we’re moving our offices. To Worcester. ThatR...
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David Crouch had been looking to join a business incubator ever since he launched a digital services company. But for the longest time, he had nowhere to turn locally. Cambridge was the nearest site with incubation space when ten24 Digital Solutions ...
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WORCESTER — The plan to turn the former Telegram & Gazette building into a downtown center for college classrooms, a theater and a cafe today added furnished office space to the mix. And the byzantine $37 million financing deal for the project ...
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