Plainville Casino Generates $88 Million In Taxes In 1st YearThe first and so far the only casino in Massachusetts collected nearly $180 million in gambling revenues in its first year of operation.
Teen Who Encouraged Boyfriend's Suicide Can Stand Trial, Court RulesThe Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled on Friday that a teenage girl can stand trial for involuntary manslaughter after prosecutors say she convinced her boyfriend to follow through with his suicide attempt.
Court Hears Case Of Teen Who Sent Boyfriend Texts Urging SuicideMassachusetts' highest court is set to hear arguments in the case of a teenager charged with involuntary manslaughter for allegedly sending her boyfriend dozens of text messages encouraging him to kill himself.
Plainville Principal Makes Good On Promise To Kiss PigJackson Elementary School principal Kate Campbell made good on her promise to students on Thursday by kissing a pig.
Mass. Gambling Commission Implementing Plan To Curb Gambling AddictionThe 'Play My Way' system, a first in the country, will allow slots players to set a budget and receive notifications about their spending through enrollment in a rewards card.
Plainridge Park Owners Defend Revenue Declines At CasinoThe owners of Plainridge Park are defending the performance of Massachusetts' first casino.
Unclaimed Wedding Ring Found In Plainville StorePolice are looking for the owner of a wedding band found at a TJ Maxx store in Plainville.
Patriots Home Games Negatively Impacting Plainridge Park CasinoNew England Patriots home games are having a negative impact on business at Massachusetts' lone casino.
Plainville Teen Charged In Boyfriend's Suicide Cites Free SpeechMichelle Carter's lawyer said her texts amount to speech protected by the First Amendment.
Plainville Teen Accused Of Urging Friend's Suicide Denies Using TwitterProsecutors are investigating whether a Plainville teen accused of encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself has violated her bail conditions by using social media.
Plainridge Park Casino Off To 'Solid Start,' Analyst ClaimsMoody's Investors Services says Massachusetts' first casino is off to a "solid start" and already having an impact on a nearby casino in Rhode Island.
Keller @ Large: What Good Has Casino Law Done?What good is the state law allowing casinos doing?

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