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Connecticut is at the center of proposed new federal rules for the recognition of Indian tribes, according to the Associated Press, as reported in the Boston Globe. more
The Station nightclub fire in West Warwick was 10 years ago, but the impact of the blaze on Rhode Island hasn’t diminished at all. In West Warwick, The Station fire, caused by a pyrotechnics display gone wrong, marked the end of live music in the town – until now. Seeing the return of live music as a chance to heal and help invigorate the community, veteran Providence club manager and magazine editor Jim Vickers converted an old mill on the Pawtuxet River into Manchester 65, a rock club that opened in early August. The club specializes in classic rock – in many cases features bands that wouldn’t have been out of place at The Station – and has so far received a warm reception. more
On Tuesday evening, Tewksbury residents closed the door on the $200 million Merrimack Valley Casino proposed for 30 acres of commercial land off Route 133 near the Andover town line, Boston.com reported. more
Train service between T.F. Green and Gillette Stadium will resume Friday and run for all home Patriots games, the R.I. Department of Transportation and Rhode Island Airport Corporation announced Thursday. more
Revenue from slot machines dropped for the 19th consecutive month at Connecticut’s two tribal-owned casinos, the Associated Press reported. more
Movies filmed in Massachusetts collected big money under the Bay State’s film tax credit even when they flopped at the box office, the Boston Business Journal reported. more
(Updated, 3:30 p.m.) The Rhode Island Lottery has chosen Cranston-based Codac Behavioral Healthcare to provide treatment for people battling gambling addiction, the Associated Press reported. more
The owners of Plainridge Racecourse are looking to sell the track after the state’s gaming commission recommended against their application for a slot parlor license, Boston.com reported. more
Under a new partnership between Hasbro Inc. and Ubisoft, a number of classic board games will make their way to the console gaming world, the companies announced Wednesday. more
Narragansett Beer will be available this month in retro cans, like the one famously crushed by Captain Quint in the movie “Jaws,” the Boston Business Journal reported. more
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