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Plainridge Park Owners Defend Revenue Decline
PLAINVILLE, Mass. (AP) _ The owners of Plainridge Park are defending the performance of Massachusetts' first casino.
Timothy Wilmott, CEO of Penn National Gaming, complained in a letter to state gambling regulators this week that media coverage of the slot parlor and harness racing track has bee…
Penn National Marking Milestone In Casino Project
Penn National Gaming is marking a milestone in its $225 million casino project at Plainridge harness racing track in Plainville.
The Wyomissing, Penn.-based gambling company says local politicians, business leaders and labor union officials will be on hand Wednesday morning for a ``final beam raising…
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. Gaming Commission and the town Thursday night, in hopes of obtaining the sole slots parlor…
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...
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 mon…