The Globe reports the Connecticut casino is joining up with the racetrack as the proposed operator of the proposed only-in-Revere resort casino.
You know when you are heading for victory when anonymous posters attack and ridicule you. It always out of fear, hatred, and jealousy that these "stalker trolls" attack you when you are on the brink of success and triumph.
My good friend Moe Love obviously does not like the fact that yes I am a former Republican. However, fortunately I am in good company.
My opponent Steve Tompkins, a Press Secretary, registered as a Democrat only this past April 1, 2013 according to the Boston Elections Department. Before that he was a Republican.
UPDATE: Judge Benjamin Barnes ordered D'Amato released on personal recognizance when he's well enough to get out of Mass. General, where he's being treated for his injuries, the DA's office reports. The judge banned him from driving, however. Both his alleged victims are now out of the hospital.
State Police have charged one of their own for a crash this morning on Rte. 1 that sent a cruiser occupied by a State Trooper into the car he had stopped for motor-vehicle violations.
A.P. Blake captured sunrise over Rumney Marsh in Revere while waiting for a 426 bus this morning.
A Marlboro man was arrested yesterday on charges he pointed a loaded gun at a woman he saw walking down the street and forced her into his Jaguar in an attempt to get her to start turning tricks for him, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office charges.
Suffolk Downs officials said today they were shocked to learn of the issues raised by a state investigation into operations at their proposed casino operator earlier this month - especially after learning state investigators had started asking questions about them several months earlier.
In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission today, Caesars Entertainment said Massachusetts gaming investigators raised red flags over three issues related to its proposed involvement in the Suffolk Downs project: One executive's past "employment by public companies in the internet gaming industry," the company's overall financial health, but most important, a "business relationship related to a license agreement for branding of a hotel that was entered into in 2013 (and recently terminated)."
Hevis Lleshi, who worked with Annie Dookhan at that now closed crime lab in JP, faces arraignment today on charges she rear ended another vehicle while drunk Wednesday evening.
Lleshi, 32, of Quincy, was arrested at North Shore Road and Oak Island Street in Revere, the DA's office says, adding police found her "visibly intoxicated" and blew a .24 on a breath test. The pregnant driver of the other car was hospitalized with non-fatal injuries.
Dookhan trained Lleshi as a chemist in 2011, the Globe reported last year.
REVERE- At the Christopher Columbus Day Parade held in Revere on October 14, 2013, Interim Suffolk County Sheriff Steven Tompkins once again lost control of himself when he began acting like an animal, and threatened to â€śkick his opponentâ€™s (Bennett) assâ€¦â€ť
Transit Police report they are looking for a guy who attacked another man on a Blue Line train entering Revere Beach on Sept. 17 after the two had had an argument at Maverick.
He's described as Hispanic, 30-35, about 5'7" with a heavy build and black hair.
If you see him, contact Transit Police at 617-222-1050, or send an anonymous tip to 873873.
A Revere man faces arson and attempted-murder charges after his house caught fire while his wife was inside last night.
Dale Peretti, 40, had bail set at $25,000 at his arraignment today, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney's office.
Prosecutors charge Peretti doused the first floor of the house with gasoline, then lit a match in the dining room - outside the bathroom his wife was in at the time.
Peretti, however, had an alternate explanation:
Click on this link to watch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZszLm-CCmio&feature=player_detailpage
Jean Jackson, the owner of La Paix barber shop at 1059 Hyde Park Avenue in Boston, testifies how Suffolk County Interim Sheriff Steven Tompkins unlawfully pulled out his badge and demanded that the store owner remove Douglas Bennett for Sheriff's sign "because it was too early to put up campaign signs..."
Peter DeConnick, 46, will be arraigned Monday on charges of murder for the death of Ronald Russo, 50, whose body was found in a blood-soaked Revere Beach Parkway mobile home last night, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Kris Haight photographed the new pedestrian bridge between Wonderland station and the beach in Revere.
On Friday evening I went to Revere Beach with a friend of mine for some Kelly's. I hadn't been to the Wonderland T Stop in a very long time so I was kind of surprised that how quickly the pedestrian bridge went up.
Outside of the skateboarders totally loving the bridge and the stone work, I was kind of surprised how nice it actually is.
BOSTON- Steven Tompkins will face a BMC Roxbury District Court Criminal Magistrate over Theft and Property Destruction on September 10, 2013.
Suffolk County Interim Sheriff Steven Tompkins of 106 Williams Street in Hyde Park will face a Criminal Magistrate over the theft and property destruction of rival Sheriff Candidate Douglas Bennettâ€™s campaign signs in Egleston Square in Roxbury last Wednesday August 14, 2013 between 2-3PM.
In many of these thefts and destructions of personal property, Mr. Tompkins, along with another Commonwealth of Massachusetts employee from the Suffolk County Sheriffâ€™s Department, proceeded in entering these store fronts and identifying himself as the Sheriff of Suffolk County, pulling out his â€śsheriffâ€™s badgeâ€ť and demanding that the store owner remove the sign or they would get â€śon his (Tompkins') bad side.â€ť
Attached with this press release is:
1. The Notice of the Magistrate Hearing pertaining to BMC Roxbury District Court Criminal Complaint Docket #1302AC001538,
2. Boston Police Department Incident Report #130522530, and
3. A complaint from Bennett to the Massachusetts State Ethics Commission Enforcement Division asking to investigate Tompkinsâ€™ actions from August 14, 2013.
A Winthrop man who allegedly exposed himself to a father and his son inside a bath house on Saturday and then urinated all over the booking room at the nearby State Police barracks after being scooped up off Blue Line tracks was ordered to pay $1,000 bail and wear a GPS monitor while his case is pending, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Chelsea District Court Judge Emily A. Karstetter rejected a request from prosecutors that Clifford Avery, 44, be ordered to pay the cost of hiring biohazard cleaning specialists to disinfect the booking room.
For the second time in two weeks, the Blue Line couldn't run during the morning rush hour due to wire problems.