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As you drive on Interstate 190 through the city of Worcester, it's nearly impossible to miss a V-shaped, steel and glass building sitting by itself on a hill. On the roof, there's a statue of a knight in armor, flanked by medieval banners. That's the Higgins Armory Museum, and it's closing soon.
There's still no word on the identity of the winning bidder who shelled out $46 million a week ago for a Norman Rockwell painting. The auction of "Saying Grace" set a record for a Rockwell work.
Greenfield Community College is planning to build a child care center, bringing the services back to the school for the first time since 1999.
Massachusetts gambling regulators voted unanimously Tuesday to allow a casino proposal at Suffolk Downs race track to go forward. But there's a hitch.