Thursday, May 16, 2013
The building was bought from Spags roughly a decade ago.
A Shrewsbury icon will once again be closing in the near future as Building 19 closes the business that occupies the former home of Spag's on Route 9. Building 19 President William Elovitz told the Worcester Telegram and Gazette that the business will be shutting their doors before the end of the summer. "We have people who have worked at that store for 20 years, 30 years, back to the days of Spag's," Elovitz told the Telegram. There are currently 14 employees at the store, and the Elovitz has not said whether they will be laid off or will be allowed to transfer to another location.
Saturday, April 13, 2013
The jobs section of Patch can help you find employment.
Monday, February 25, 2013
The new restaurant at White City Shopping Center is getting rave reviews on Facebook.
When Bertucci's announced it would be opening a new casual dining restaurant in Shrewsbury, Patch lit up. It was one of the most viewed stories of 2012. Now that 2Ovens has been open two months we want to now if you've been there. "Great pizza last night! Also we had the Brussels sprout dish as well (neither of us had ever had sprouts before so we wanted to try them) they were good! We will be back," a visitor named Jay wrote on their Facebook page. "2ovens is like someone took simple food & put love into it. We <3 it!" Jennie, another diner wrote on Facebook.
Thursday, December 13, 2012
The new owners are nearing completion of the White City Shopping Center on Route 9.
After two years of work, Charter Realty and Development is nearing the final stages of completely revitalizing the White City Shopping Center. According to Paul Brandes, the landlord of the plaza, development started on the west side of the plaza bordering Lake Quinsigamond and the work on that was completed earlier this year. More Recently, Brandes and his associates tackled the East Side. “We’ve created something the shopping center has never had, fresh new landscaping, sidewalks and lighting. It used to just be a sea of asphalt without a single plant and today it’s a modern shopping center,” Brandes said. Many businesses on the east side were in need of some upgrades including KFC / Taco Bell and T-Mobil. Other new businesses joined the…