The Massachusetts state gaming commission voted Tuesday to award the eastern Massachusetts casino license to Wynn Resorts for its plan in Everett.
State gambling regulators were to resume discussions on awarding the Boston-area casino license to Wynn Resorts or Mohegan Sun.
As the Massachusetts Gaming Commission begins deliberations on licensing a Boston-area casino, the panel’s chairman revealed he likes a Revere plan better than one proposed for Everett.
The most important decision for Boston travel and tourism for the next decade will be made this week.
One of the two casinos proposed for the Boston area is getting a big ‘thumbs down’ from critics.
Everett students are testing a locally-made tablet in their classroom.
An Everett woman killed in her homeland of Haiti is being remembered as a passionate mother and beloved health care worker.
State gambling regulators have turned down Boston’s request to halt the eastern region casino license process until after the November election, when voters will decide whether to repeal the state’s casino law.
Mohegan Sun has proposed a $1.3 billion casino on the Revere side of the Suffolk Downs horse racing track and Wynn Resorts has proposed a $1.6 billion casino on a former chemical plant site in Everett.
Boston Mayor Martin Walsh has lost a bid to give city residents a chance to vote on casinos proposed for neighboring Everett and Revere.