USS Constitution to leave drydock Sunday night


CHARLESTOWN, MA – Late Sunday night the USS Constitution, in drydock for a $15 million restoration the past two years, is set to return to its home pier in the Charlestown Navy Yard when the drydock will be flooded. It will reportedly be pulled out when ropes and moved to Drydock #1 until August when it returns to its home berth on Pier 1.

Dunkin’ Brands names new Board member

CANTON, MA – Dunkin’ Brands names former The Wendy’s Company president and CEO and Arby’s CEO to its board of directors. Additionally, it named Jason Maceda, a 19-year Dunkin’ employee, senior v.p. of Baskin-Robbins U.S. and Canada.


Wynn casino seeking 4 a.m. license

EVERETT, MA – Wynn Boston Harbor is seeking a 4 a.m. license for its casino, an extension beyond the usual 2 a.m. closing license, from the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. The hours would be limited to the casino floor only.

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