Taunton casino plan includes water park, three hotels

The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe is proposing a 150,000-square-foot project that it estimates would generate $120 million annually for the region.

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Cut health bills for all

Ronn Garry Jr., an owner of the independent Roxbury market, Tropical Foods, believes in Massachusetts’ health care reform law. But the law Garry supports is kicking his behind.

TD Bank Group CEO Ed Clark, left, with Mayor Tom Menino before Clark's speech to the Boston College executive's club luncheon at the Boston Harbor Hotel. JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE (Business, Wallack)

TD Bank chief outlines plans to expand in Mass.

The fourth-largest retail bank has about 150 branches statewide and plans to add five more this year.

Warren’s new ad counters earlier student-debt viewpoint

In a new ad, Elizabeth Warren points to Washington, countering a previous writing that blamed universities for the rising cost of college.

Joel Ward, center, scored the game-winning goal for the Capitals.

Racist messages on Twitter follow Capitals’ goal

Reactions with vulgar and racist expressions were made in reference to game-winning goal scorer Joel Ward.

Jason Segel and Emily Blunt in “The Five-Year Engagement.’’

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‘Five-Year Engagement’ is predictably sweet fodder

Jason Segel and Emily Blunt portray a couple whose relationship suffers when he follows her from San Francisco to Michigan in this pleasant, predictable romantic comedy.

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Though the economy has yet to fully recover from the recession, some homeowners are now willing to spring tens of thousands of dollars for a new pool.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2012/04/26/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/26waterfrontro.jpg All-out effort to get people to waterfront this summer

Seven nonprofit organizations are teaming up with local shops and food merchants on a “Eat, Splash, Shop, Learn’’ campaign.

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Robert J. Gee, president of the 400-student National Graduate School of Quality Management, receives a salary above $500,000 and many perks.

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The overuse of exclamation points!

E-mails and text messages have pushed the exclamation epidemic to a dire point. There’s now a name for it – the very unpleasant slang “bangorrhea.”