Indian Gambling Casino Collapses on Beacon Hill; Tribe Wants Bingo Hall
Yvonne Guzman
The proposed casino was supposed to be a winning bet for all, a rich deal that would be as much of a boon to state taxpayers as it would to the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah).
 
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Construction Begins on Wampanoag Bingo Hall in Aquinnah
Julia Wells

Construction has begun on a large bingo hall planned by the tribe in Aquinnah — and tribal leaders have issued a stern warning to the town and the Martha’s Vineyard Commission to not interfere.

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Selectmen Ask Commission to Review Tribe's Casino Plans
Noah Asimow
Aquinnah selectmen have asked Martha’s Vineyard Commission to exercise its authority under its enabling act and review the proposed bingo hall as a development of regional impact (DRI).
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Town Presses Tribe to Air Details on Bingo Hall
Noah Asimow

Aquinnah selectmen are asking the Wampanoag tribe to confirm a list of details about a planned bingo hall. And the selectmen want a response by Tuesday.

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Tribe's Casino Plans Stay Mostly Under Wraps
Noah Asimow

An Aquinnah selectman met with the chairman of the Wampanoag tribe to discuss the current status of the bingo hall project. But there were few new details.

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Selectmen Seek Meeting With Tribe on Bingo Hall
Noah Asimow

Aquinnah selectmen sent a letter to the chairman of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) this week requesting a meeting to discuss the bingo hall.

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Wampanoag Tribe Announces Partner in Bingo Hall Venture
Julia Wells

The gaming arm of the Wampanoag Tribe announced Wednesday that it will partner with an Oklahoma tribe to open a bingo hall in Aquinnah.

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Casino Gambling Allowed, But All Quiet on Western Front
Steve Myrick
The Wampanoag Tribe announced in January that an electronic bingo hall would be up and running this summer, but there has been no evidence of construction.
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Supreme Court Clears Way for Tribe to Build Bingo Hall
John H. Kennedy
On the heels of the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to wade into the Wampanoag casino case, tribal leaders said this week they are ready to move ahead with plans to build a bingo hall on the Island.
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Tribe Confirms Plans to Build Bingo Hall on Martha's Vineyard
John H. Kennedy and Steve Myrick

In the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court decision to not review the Wampanoag casino case, tribal leaders in Aquinnah said they are ready to move ahead on plans to build a bingo hall on the Island.

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