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Raynham, Neighbors Support Slots Parlor and Casino

Even with the possibility of a casino just one city over, Raynham residents and neighbors are very supportive of welcoming a slots parlor to the town.

Raynham Park developers pleaded their case before the Mass

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Leominster Gives Green Light To Slots Parlor Plan

Leominster voters have said yes to a plan for a $200 million slots parlor. The plan by the Cordish Companies would bring more than 1200 slot machines, two restaurants and a concert hall to a site near interstate 190.

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Slots and Casino Votes Continue Around Massachusetts

Plainville voters Tuesday overwhelmingly backed a host community agreement for a slots parlor at the town's harness race track.

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Tewksbury Could Get a Slots Parlor

Tewksbury is the latest Massachusetts community being mentioned as a possible home for a gambling facility.

Penn National Gambling announced Thursday that it is discussing with town officials building a $200 million slots parlor on 30 acres near the intersection of Rte 495 and  Rte 133

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Boston-Area Mall Viewed as Possible Slots Parlor

A Baltimore company that was a last-minute applicant for one of Massachusetts' gambling licenses is considering a 100,000-square-foot slots parlor at a suburban Boston mall.

Officials in the town of Danvers about 15 miles north of Boston say PPE Casino Resorts contacted the town earlier this month about the possibility of building a 24-hour slots parlor at the Liberty Tree Mall

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