2008 July 02 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Charleston County Sheriff’s deputies said they confiscated nine arcade-style poker machines from a home where a man was shot with a rifle this weekend.
Times report on weak regulation spurs plan for stricter ordinanc
Almost everyone is feeling the pinch of spiking gas prices this summer, but there’s another side to the story.
L-R: Marie George, Senior Center director; Harold Raymond game manager of Elks Lodge; Paul Huffman, assistant to game manager; Mike Deere, Exulted Ruler of Elks; and Gary Clancy, Senior Center bingo caller.
The issue of casino gambling has “crapped out” every time it has been placed before Ohio voters, but that’s not stopping organizers of a new casino effort.
Morgan Freeman is opening a Ground Zero Blues Club at a casino in Philadelphia.
Wednesday, July 02, 2008 at 5:50 p.m. A group pushing to legalize casinos in Ohio was in Maumee in Wednesday, trying to up their odds of winning. The group, MyOhioNow.com , says building a resort could mean 5,000 jobs and $240 million in tax revenue.
A Nederland Internet cafe is no longer open for business after law enforcement executed search warrants in reference to online gambling. Two men were arrested during the operation Wednesday afternoon.
Federal and local agents are raiding what they call an illegal internet gambling operation in Nederland. The Internet Cafe is located in the 2000 block of Nederland Avenue.