The city of Revere and a union representing Suffolk Downs workers filed a lawsuit against the Massachusetts Gaming Commission Thursday for awarding a casino license to Wynn Resorts in Everett.
Saturday’s races will be the last under the track’s current owners, Sterling Suffolk Racecourse LLC.
A group has applied for a license to race at Suffolk Downs in 2015.
A week after awarding a casino license to Wynn Resorts for their Everett proposal, a state commission will turn its attention to Suffolk Downs in a meeting Thursday.
The decades-old track will close after Mohegan Sun lost out on its bid to earn a Boston-area casino license.
Officers from across the state gathered at the State House for the Massachusetts Law Enforcement Memorial vigil to honor the names of those etched in stone.
Here’s hoping the current owners, or new ones, can come to see Suffolk Downs as a new opportunity.
A Suffolk Downs official says horse racing will be coming to an end at the track as a result of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s decision to award a casino license to Wynn Resorts.
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.
Mayor Walsh says he’s reached a financial compensation agreement with Mohegan Sun as the casino proposes a $1.3 billion casino at Suffolk Downs.