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February 2014

Aberdeen council gives blessings to Frito-Lay and budget changes

Ted Hendricks | The Baltimore Sun From a presentation by Frito-Lay to approving the much-discussed Transit Oriented Development code to giving the OK for the police to sell one of its old cars, there was more than just pay raises... Continue Reading →

Jobs, business and investment opportunities are knocking at Massachusetts’ door

Allan W. Blair | Mass Live As we begin 2014 and consider its promise, the word “opportunity” seems to come up quite often. Maybe it is simply a natural impulse as we begin a new year, but I think it reflects... Continue Reading →

Pioneer Valley Business 2014: Development hopes ride on expanded rail

Scott Merzbach | NORTHAMPTON — Early next year, passenger rail service is slated to return to Northampton for the first time in more than 25 years, a development that Mayor David J. Narkewicz says could be a “game changer”... Continue Reading →

Greener Housing and Transportation Coming to Central Connecticut

Angie Schmitt | StreetsBlog USA Central Connecticut and its biggest cities, New Haven and Hartford, have never been known for strong transit, at least not compared with the parts of the state closer to New York. Amtrak service between New Haven,... Continue Reading →

Purchase agreement announced for Malden city hall

Nathan Lamb | Wicked Local The City of Malden has struck a $9.8 million deal to sell City Hall and the neighboring police station to a private developer. A land disposition agreement to sell the 2.25-acre parcel at 200 Pleasant... Continue Reading →

State Farm Opts for Atlanta Transit Over Sprawl

Angie Schmitt | StreetsBlog USA It was a major coup for the Atlanta region when State Farm announced yesterday locate one of its three national hubs there, a move that will bring 3,000 new jobs over the next 10 years.... Continue Reading →

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