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Twin River CEO banking on ‘convenience gaming’

January 16, 2014

LINCOLN – Despite impending competition from both resort-style casinos and slot parlors in Massachusetts, Twin River will remain a “convenience gaming” facility for the foreseeable future, John Taylor, chairman of Twin River Worldwide Holdings, told a business audience Thursday.

The newly-installed table games like blackjack and roulette “are showing a lot of strength,” Taylor said at a breakfast meeting of the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce at Twin River, but he acknowledged that “the slots business is softening a bit.”

For full story, see Page 1 of Friday's Times.

High school grad rates on rise

January 16, 2014

PAWTUCKET — Although the official data hasn’t been released yet from the state, Schools Superintendent Deborah Cylke says the graduation rates at both Shea and Tolman high schools have improved dramatically under the state-imposed “transformation” plan.

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