Worcester Business Journal

September 28, 2020

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Worcester Business Journal WBJ September 28, 2020 Volume 31 • Number 18 $2.00 Central Massachusetts' Source for Business News Slavery's legacy in the Central Mass. economy 10 THINGS Staying connected during a pandemic. | 24 THE L ISTS: TOP MORTGAGE LENDERS Central Mass. neighborhoods left behind Worcester yet to finalize PawSox deal, while scope of surrounding development shrinks and is delayed Story by Grant Welker, page 6 During the nation's prolonged period of economic growth, several Census tracts in Worcester County stagnated or regressed. | 18 Like the rest of the county, Greater Worcester had ties to slavery, whose remnants are still being dealt with today. | 10

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