2008 September 22 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
TUESday Bingo Parkview Senior Citizens Club Bingo every Tuesday. 1 p.
NEW?GLASGOW The Red Cross will be holding a bingo fundraiser on Oct. 5 with proceeds going to support the house fire response in Pictou County.
Residents are invited to bring their family and friends to the annual Autumn Festival at St. John the Baptist Catholic Parish. Cultural foods, carnival rides, game booths, bingo, a silent auction, a rummage sale, live entertainment and myriad activities have been planned.
The willingness of the average Arizonan to spend money gambling apparently is cooling.
The boarded-up Queen of Hearts is open to gamblers again, but only for eight hours. It’s a periodic Vegas ritual that lets closed operations retain their gaming rights — and property values. The small casino is ringed with a fence topped with barbed wire. Its beige walls have browned from the punishing desert sun. Its bulbous canopies are torn, and the marquee is missing vowels. The front …
Kentucky has gone to court to try and stop illegal Internet gambling operations.
Monday at the Houston County commission meeting, commissioners made a change to their February bingo resolution that will make it more difficult to open an electronic bingo facility in Houston County.
Opponents of the Oak Bluffs Monster Shark Tournament say they uncovered illegal gambling at this years event on Marthas Vineyard and have asked Attorney General Martha Coakley to investigate.
Tuesday will mark a historical moment for the NBA, but not what it wants to commemorate. The league has determined that for the first time in major professional U.S. sports, a referee will walk into prison a convicted felon on a gambling charge related to his employment.