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Reviving its quest to open a casino, the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe unveiled plans to build a massive gambling complex in downtown Fall River, abandoning plans to open a destination resort in Middleborough. (By Casey Ross and Christine Legere, Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent)
At a five-week intensive program called Shakespeare in the Courts, adjudicated youth offenders found guilty of more adolescent crimes participate in acting exercises and Shakespearean study instead of going to jail or doing community service. (By Louise Kennedy, Globe Staff)
He crafted an elaborate web of lies to con his way into Harvard University, authorities say, but Adam B. Wheeler wasn’t content to graduate and get away with just a degree. (By John R. Ellement and Tracy Jan, Globe Staff)
The Vatican’s highest court has rejected appeals from local Catholics seeking to reopen 10 closed parishes, according to a group representing parishioners at many of the closed churches. (By Lisa Wangsness and Erica Noonan, Globe Staff)
Facing criticism he has failed to establish a cohesive theme, Republican gubernatorial candidate Charles Baker rolled out the simple catchphrase, "Had enough?" (By Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)
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