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Wampanoag face opposition from inside and out on Vineyard bingo hall

The Aquinnah Cliffs Casino, which would feature 250 video slot machines, has stalled amid opposition from town officials and some local members of the tribe itself, who argue a casino will ruin the town?s tranquil beauty and close-knit feel.

Racism at the MFA is not an isolated event. It?s a microcosm of life in America

The racism on display at the MFA for the Leadership Academy students is not an isolated event. It?s an ongoing exhibit.
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Racism allegations put MFA in the spotlight

The museum found itself under siege as educators, politicians, and civil-rights activists assailed the reports of disturbing behavior during a Dorchester school?s field trip.

?There?s light at the end of the tunnel,? says Maine marijuana regulator, as businesses lose patience

Two and a half years after Maine voters legalized marijuana, industry leaders say they are tired of debating policy, and just want to get started.

John Henry, owner of Red Sox and the Globe, considered buying Everett casino

Henry, who was backed by a group of potential investors, quietly investigated buying the Encore Boston Harbor hotel and casino in early 2018 and again last month.

John Havlicek tribute celebrates a champion of sport and of life

At Trinity Church, Celtics legends and family friends gathered to say farewell to the great Hondo.
Russell, Cousy among icons at Havlicek service

From Boston Calling?s undercard, 15 artists who could make headlines

This year?s roster below the top line is packed with excellent acts from all over the musical spectrum.

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Spot starter Ryan Weber gave Red Sox exactly what they needed
Weber?s performance should resonate for several days. The Sox had used their bullpen for 26.1 innings in the previous five games.

Rafael Devers stays hot as Sox rout Jays (again)

Vineyard bus drivers agree to hold off on strike
They will will instead wait to see what next week?s negotiating session brings.

Bruins come out of pre-Cup scrimmage A-OK
Breaths were held briefly for Brad Marchand, who jammed his left hand. But Boston?s leading scorer did not miss a shift.

Someone broke into his house. But they didn?t take anything ... they just cleaned it.
A Marlborough resident came home from work and was surprised to find his house had been thoroughly cleaned. But by whom?

Your view: Creepy cleanliness or unblemished blessing?

Dorchester Vietnam Veterans Memorial vandalized again
Repairs to the memorial were just completed Wednesday after it was previously vandalized in October.

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The soul of the Seaport
Eric Emond, a driving force behind the Massachusetts Fallen Heroes Memorial, was killed in Afghanistan last year. The memorial will be rededicated Friday, and Emond will be on everyone?s mind.

In Somerville, a ?wood magician?s? sanctuary
For artist-carpenter Tim Lorenzo, being creative is a messy business.

Cannabis commission approves change in marijuana company ownership
State cannabis regulators unanimously approved the first large-scale change in ownership of a marijuana company after a vote on the matter had been postponed last week.

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Red Sox 8, Blue Jays 2

Rafael Devers stays hot as Red Sox rout Blue Jays again

Devers had two more hits in the series finale, and Ryan Weber worked six innings for the win.