2007 May 24 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Caldwell Senior Center will start Tuesday Night Bingo at 6:30 p.m. June 5, with proceeds benefiting the center. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m., and the cost is $2.50 per card. Each card is good for 10 games. The center also will have a pr
Federal prosecutors Thursday charged 24 people with bribing employees to cheat casinos across the United States.
A city bingo hall is being asked by the state Pari-mutuel Commission to explain how an advertised $10,000 prize conforms with current state law.
People arrested are innocent unless proved otherwise in court. Initial charges often change as a case progresses. via Albany Democrat-Herald
Judging from those disastrous opening numbers, you might want to check out ABC’s National Bingo Night (tonight, 9 ET/PT) quickly, before it’s B-I-N-G-O-N-E. Or not.
Treasurer Tim Cahill’s proposal to get the state into the casino business is a sure indication that opposition to casino gamling is weakening. Jon Keller says reaction from Beacon Hill has been mixed. More Keller At Large Read Jon Keller’s Blog
Here’s some fun with other people’s straightforward reporting . Firing back in her divorce case, Anne Heche asks for full custody of her son and claims her ex-husband, Coley Laffoon, craves porn, poker and … via Evil Beet Gossip
BOSTON - State Treasurer Tim Cahill today endorsed the development of at least one full-scale resort casino in Massachusetts with licenses to be granted by the state based on competitive bidding.
Detroit point guard Chauncey Billups turned the ball over an uncharacteristic seven times in Game 1, more than he had in the previous four games combined. In fact, you would…