Gov. Deval Patrick’s administration announced a tentative casino compact Wednesday with the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe.
With Massachusetts embracing development of up to three resort-style casinos and a slots parlor, some in New Hampshire now fear a reverse flow of dollars to its southern neighbor and a lost economic opportunity.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission will be discussing issues related to problem gambling.
Suffolk Downs recently unveiled its plans to build a casino at that racetrack. Jon Keller takes a closer look at that proposal.
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe got a vote of confidence from Taunton residents as the tribe pushes forward with plans to develop a $500 million resort casino.
Voters in Lakeville voted overwhelmingly against a casino proposed by the Wampanoag tribe of Aquinnah.
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe has agreed to make about $33M in upfront payments to the city of Taunton as part of a casino deal with the mayor.
Anti-casino candidates Lorraine Brue and Ginny Coppola were victorious in the annual town election in Foxboro on Monday.
What would ordinarily be a routine municipal election may essentially be the first opportunity for local voters to weigh in on a proposed casino since passage of the state’s new gambling law.
Walpole residents like Mike McCarthy who live just yards away from the site of a proposed casino may not have any say in whether its built.