2009 January 08 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Spat question: Who will win more games in ‘09? Randy Johnson or Barry Zito?
LAPEL While at least one local government is using a gambling tax windfall to pay for educational programs, officials around Madison County are using much of the funding to lessen the blow of bad budgetary times.
“We’re treating this now as if we’re in an economic development project in another state,” said Houston Co. Commission Chairman Mark Culver. And that’s a reality, with Mississippi casino investors clamoring for the services of Country Crossing.
Attorney General Troy King will introduce a bill in the legislature that could put gambling to a vote. Many people in Houston County do not want gambling unless it would benefit the Wiregrass.
A former vice president of Fry’s Electronics Inc. who is accused of embezzling $65 million to pay off massive gambling debts has been
The Brewers announced a presenting sponsorship agreement with Potawatomi Bingo Casino on Thursday, part of the team’s expected double-digit percentage gain in sponsorship revenue.
(note: review posted good bingo art last week) WELLAND The past few years have been tough for bingo halls. And the years […]
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Gov. Ted Strickland says he believes gambling is bad for Ohio, but he’s willing to entertain proposals to expand it to bring in more revenue.
Attorney General Richard Blumenthal says he wants Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods casinos to ban smoking.