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Suffolk Downs prepares for live Thoroughbred racing

The first weekend of live racing will be held 8-9 July and will continue 5-6 August and 2-3 September.

MGC to hold public meeting on Oct. 1

This public meeting will discuss the process for fines and penalties for gaming violations in Massachusetts, among other topics.

Massachusetts casino revenue directed to horse racing being questioned

Horse racing benefits from a special casino revenue fund that some are arguing should be redistributed to other state needs.

Suffolk Downs deal will return racing

Racing will return to Suffolk Downs in new deal, pending legislative approval.

Suffolk Downs could see reprieve if House moves on bill

Suffolk Downs could see a reprieve if the House votes to approve a bill that will permit simulcasting until July 2016.

Suffolk Downs workers file lawsuit

A lawsuit has been filed against the Massachusetts Gaming Commission by both the city and a union alleging unfair advantage in recent license bid.

Top-10 reactions from my trip to Suffolk Downs

Casino City's Dan Podheiser made his first and last trip to Suffolk Downs last week, and learned a lot about horse racing. He still isn't a fan.

Boston casino not yet a clear Wynn

Saying the Las Vegas-based company isn’t well liked in Boston or in surrounding communities is an understatement. The award to Wynn could drive some of those angry voters to the polls Nov. 4.

A sad, but necessary farewell to Suffolk Downs

Casino City's Aaron Todd shares his thoughts from his first visit to Suffolk Downs as the New England institution prepares to shut down live racing for good.

Massachusetts voters can decide casino issue, court rules

The state’s highest court said Tuesday voters can ultimately decide if Massachusetts can have gaming.

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