It’s right there at 140 Mill St., on the corner of Mill and Coes. It’s large by comparison, but does not look out of place.
It’s surrounded by fence and retains visible scars from its most recent ordeal.
In a few years time, when the Stearns Tavern is the centerpiece of a city park, we suspect and fear the details of how the historic building was saved from destruction may become just a footnote. This would be a shame.
While the continued development of downtown Worcester has garnered much well-deserved recognition this year, we believe the effort to save Stearns Tavern merits more attention, truly showcasing community at its best.
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