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WCAI's Local News Roundup: Only One Casino on the Way; Falmouth Sues Its Own Board; Sheriff Boating

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WCAI News Director Sean Corcoran hosts a discussion with area journalists about the top local news stories of the week.

Joining Sean this week are Patrick Cassidy and George Brennan of the Cape Cod Times; Sara Brown of the Martha's Vineyard Gazette; Jim DeArruda of the New Bedford Standard Times; Ed Miller of the Provincetown Banner; Joshua Balling of the Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror; Caitlin Russell of the Register; Brian Tarcy of; and Nelson Sigelman of the Martha's Vineyard Times.

Among the stories they discuss this week: the state Gaming Commission rejects a bid for a casino in Brockton; Falmouth selectmen try to keep a town-owned wind turbine running despite the zoning board's rejection; Bourne police chief says nonprofit Hoxie Center at Sagamore Beach falsified invoices; state gives okay to large affordable housing project in Falmouth; the changing price of the iconic Cape Cod clam plate; the Barnstable County Sheriff's Office uses grant money to buy a radiation-sniffing boat; Nobska Light in Falmouth gets new caretakers and a planned renovation; above-ground structures are the new trend in burials; and a soon-to-open burger joint in Hyannis is embracing its found art.