Marco Cartolano, Telegram & Gazette

Marco Cartolano

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Worcester, MA, United States

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MassDOT Secretary Tesler discusses Central Mass. projects, impact of pandemic trends

Jamey Tesler addressed the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce through Zoom Thursday during the Chamber's quarterly Business and Government Forum. → Read More

House of the Week: Waterfront ranch home in Worcester outskirts lists for $690K

This waterfront ranch home on Pineland Avenue, listing for $690,000, has a great view of Flint Pond and brings a taste of the suburbs to Worcester. → Read More

360-acre Hardwick farm sold to firm that includes Baba Sushi ownership

Among the five principles listed for the firm that purchased the farm is Baba Sushi owner Weidong Wang. The firm's address is listed as 310 Park Ave., the Worcester location for the award-winning sushi restaurant is 309 Park Ave. → Read More

House of the Week: Custom contemporary in Barre with countryside view lists for $890k

A late-1980s contemporary with a view to a garden dotted with fruit trees housed the Barre home developer who built the house. → Read More

Hunkered in the bunker: Energy-efficient Princeton home lists for $640,000

The house on 166 Wheeler Road is the most unique property that realtor Greg Maiser has listed in his decade of experience as a real estate agent. → Read More

Winter births down at some Central Mass. hospitals; births projected to go up in 2021

While the data is still early and a clearer picture is expected as time passes, the Census Bureau found that it is likely that there was a temporary drop in births during COVID-19. → Read More

5 injured in Route 9 wrong-way crash Saturday night in Westborough

Five people were injured, including two sustaining life-threatening injuries, Saturday night after a vehicle traveling the wrong way on Route 9 collided with another. → Read More

'Bones are amazing' in renovated downtown Worcester building; 24 apartments set to open

'Bones are amazing' in renovated downtown Worcester building; 24 apartments set to open → Read More

Polito visits Worcester small businesses on tour of downtown areas

Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito, state Housing and Economic Development Secretary Mike Kennealy and city officials toured Worcester's downtown and hosted a roundtable of business and community leaders Tuesday. → Read More

6 military planes headed for Nigeria stop to refuel in Worcester

The small military planes are unable to fly all the way across the Atlantic Ocean, so they travel along a North Atlantic route, hopping to various spots to refuel, with Worcester being one of the stops. The planes refueled at Rectrix in the Worcester Regional Airport. → Read More

House of the Week: Custom Colonial 'Worcester landmark' on Grove St. lists for $850K

Future homeowners can take a short walk on the property's brick walkway from the house to its in-ground pool. → Read More

Worcester residents seeking public housing or Section 8 face years-long waiting list

Worcester Housing Authority CEO said last week that a year-long waiting list exists for units managed by the agency and for Section 8 vouchers. → Read More

UMass Memorial in Worcester reports longer wait times as COVID cases surge

There are more than 70 COVID-positive patients across the hospital system. → Read More

3 months ago, a Fitchburg High graduate gave away $40K. Here's who received the scholarship

Fitchburg High announced that four members of the Class of 2021 will split a $40K scholarship donated by graduate Verda Annan. → Read More

Activists march to Worcester County Jail in opposition to new women's prison

Activists marched from City Hall to the Worcester County Jail & House of Correction to oppose the construction of a new women's prison. → Read More

Governor candidate Ben Downing visits Worcester to promote public transportation plan

Gubernatorial candidate Ben Downing arrived in Worcester Wednesday as part of his two-week tour of the state to roll out his transportation initiative. → Read More

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visits Worcester, tours Rainbow Child Development Center

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Worcester on Thursday morning and toured the Rainbow Child Development Center on Edward Street with U.S. Rep. James P. McGovern. → Read More

More apartments coming to Worcester, but some tenants want more affordable housing

Apartment projects are slated to bring 2,000 units of rental housing to Worcester, but some tenants fear a shortage of affordable housing → Read More

New school, new year: A fresh start at South High Community School in Worcester

The high school started its first school year at the new Apricot Street building on Monday. It is the school district’s first new high school since the current North High School opened a decade ago. → Read More

Hubbardston camp – 6.5 acres, 12 buildings, 22 bedrooms, 14 baths – can be yours for $3.1M

A waterfront camp owned by the Central Mass. nonprofit Mission E4 is listed for sale for $3.1 million. → Read More