The Bolton Historical Commission is hosting two events in April relating to a demolition permit application from the Bolton Conversation Trust seeking approval to remove all the structures from the Trust-owned parcels known as the Smith property in the center of … Continue reading
In a dramatic split vote, the Mass Gaming Commission this afternoon decided 3-2 to provisionally award the single available slots casino license offered up by the state to the Plainville/Penn National proposal over the Leominster/Cordish proposal. A third proposal under … Continue reading
Update on the slots casino hearing: Due to weather, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission has rescheduled the hearing originally scheduled for this Thursday at 5:30 p.m. (see previous post). It will now be held Tuesday, January 28, at 5:30 p.m. at … Continue reading
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is hosting its last public hearing on the proposed Leominster casino this Thursday, January 23, starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Leominster City Hall. Click here for the official notice. The hearing is intended to solicit … Continue reading
A little pickup hockey at Pond Park today.
THREE EVENTS ON DECEMBER 1 WELCOME THE HOLIDAYS AND CONCLUDE BOLTON’s 275th CELEBRATION! DON’T MISS THEM! 11th Annual Wreath Festival: Noon until 5 p.m., Bolton Historical Society, 676 Main Street. Enjoy and bid on gorgeously decorated wreaths by Bolton artists and organizations. The … Continue reading
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission on Thursday approved Bolton’s petition to be designated a “surrounding community” in relation to the Cordish Company proposed slots casino to be located just off Route 117 in Leominster. It is an acknowledgement that the casino, … Continue reading
Selectman Larry Delaney argues before the Mass Gaming Commission that a proposed Leominster slots/entertainment complex will have a considerable impact upon Bolton and traffic on Route 117. The presentation is in support of Bolton’s petition to be designated a “surrounding … Continue reading
The Board of Selectmen is meeting tomorrow evening (Tuesday, 11/12) in a special session with a single agenda item: “Update on Cordish Company proposal.” This innocent sounding agenda item is in fact very important to the future of the town … Continue reading
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Our little town celebrated its 275th anniversary today with an old-timey parade that included a battalion of children carrying balloons representing apples, numerous antique cars, tractors, the high school marching band, organization and neighborhood floats, the usual array of dignitaries … Continue reading