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10/21/2014
Patrick administration prepares to hire Chinese company to build rail cars
Forget about the roulette wheels, slot machines and poker tables. The long-vacant Westinghouse site in Springfield, once targeted for a casino, is poised to become a subway car manufacturing plant.
Boston Business Journal - by Jon Chesto of Bizjournals
10/21/2014
Wynn makes its first donation to thwart the casino repeal ballot question
When casino operators Penn National and MGM started plowing millions into a campaign this summer to stop a ballot question that would repeal the state's casino law, Wynn Resorts remained on the sidelines. But that changed this month in a big way.
Boston Business Journal - by Jon Chesto of Bizjournals
10/21/2014
Decision expected next year on new West Oahu Catholic school
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu expects to make a decision by the first quarter of next year whether or not to build a new high school in West Oahu that would be nearly the same size of Maryknoll School in Honolulu, the diocese's largest school, the head of the real estate for the diocese told PBN.

Pacific Business News (Honolulu) - by Duane Shimogawa of Bizjournals
10/21/2014
Seattle Humane Society plans $18 million upgrade of Bellevue facility
The Seattle Human Society's plans for an $18 million upgrade of its Eastgate Way campus sailed through the public comment period of the design review process last week.

Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle) - by Patti Payne of Bizjournals
10/21/2014
Brewery/distillery, restaurant and retail could come to downtown Greensboro's Gate City Motors site
The Gate City Lincoln Mercury dealership site in downtown Greensboro has been vacant since 2011, when the century-old Gate City Motors Co. closed its doors. But the complex, which spans 40,000 square feet at 300 N. Church St., could come alive again as early as next year.

Greensboro developer Andy Zimmerman, along with financing and development partner Cort Bennett, have the pr
Triad Business Journal - by Catherine Carlock of Bizjournals
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