Michael E. Traynor, Esq., Chief Development Officer
The City of Worcester will facilitate numerous free and affordable youth programs during the summer months of school vacation. In addition, the City will also offer youth employment opportunities as well as youth leadership/mentorship initiatives.
Posted: Tuesday 06/19/18
The City of Worcester, the Worcester Arts Council, the Salisbury Cultural District and the Worcester Cultural Coalition will formally sign a Cultural Compact with the Massachusetts Cultural Council on Monday, June 18 at 11:30 a.m. at City Hall (third floor, Esther Howland Chamber).
Posted: Friday 06/15/18
The Worcester Department of Public Works & Parks has launched an online survey seeking public input for its long-term water resources priorities.
Posted: Thursday 06/14/18
A $565 million, multi-phased project in the heart of downtown Worcester, is one of the largest public-private development projects in the Commonwealth.
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