2007 August 13 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The proposed casino development in Middleboro could be getting bigger. As you know, the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe hopes to build a world class gaming faculty in the town. There is now news the tribe is about to pick up another big chunk of land. More Massachusetts News
As the issue of bingo continues to be a divisive one throughout Marion County, officials with Carolina Entertainment said the bingo facility is an important piece to their planned family entertainment complex on Highway 501.
“PokerTek continues to make steady progress in our casino business. We have 135 tables installed as of today, up from 14 one year ago”Read the rest »
Numbers are being called, once again, at the Lonoke American Legion post, after several years of silence. Voters in the 2006 general election approved an amendment to the state Constitution to allow the game for charitable organizations.
“He’s out there. He’s done a tremendous job. He’s got a tremendous amount of influence.”Read the rest »
BOSTON - With Middleborough voting recently to allow a Wampanoag casino in their town, the drama over legalizing casino gambling moves to Beacon Hill, where state lawmakers will make the final decision.
“We’re delighted to be associated with the tournament and I look forward to playing in it myself I just hope I can avoid Parkinson at the tables and in the bar!”Read the rest »
The Hillside Manor dog Bingo had his retirement party in the facility’s second floor dining room on Friday.Bingo has been at Hillside Manor for around nine years, activity lead Marjorie Gibson said. “He’s gotten to the point where he doesn’t want to socialize anymore,” Gibson said. “He’s just too old.”In the past, Bingo has gone to staff members’ homes for weekend visits. Now he will be living on …
“Anytime you have 30 people in your building, you are hoping they have a hamburger while they’re here”Read the rest »