2009 April 10 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Galveston won’t get gambling with out a fight on the home front.
Bingo for a Cure will benefit Stewart’s Caring Place and Camp Quality. Stewart’s Caring Place is a cancer resource center for patients and families. Camp Quality is summer camp for children with cancer. Both are headquartered in Akron. The theme…
The Jennifer Harman Charity Poker Tournament benefiting the Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a media and fan favorite that features animals accompanying celebrities along the red carpet, and offers participants a rare opportunity to play and mingle with them and dozens of world-famous poker players in a relaxed …
(AP:CHARLESTON, W.Va.) The rules and tax rates for a casino at The Greenbrier face one more hurdle before the West Virginia governor gets them. The House has slightly amended and passed a Senate bill to regulate gambling at the historic resort. Senators must now approve those changes.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill., April 10 (UPI) — The recession has put a damper on Illinois’ riverboat casinos, but bingo has become a popular alternative, officials say.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Legislation intended to make The Greenbrier resort easier to sell advanced to Gov. Joe Manchins desk on Friday, despite opponents who say it will only make West Virginia more dependent on gambling. The House of Delegates voted 83-17 fo…
As if traffic on Route 422 weren’t already a plague on drivers, Wednesday’s announcement of a Valley Forge Convention Center slot-machine license would seem to portend even worse things for the oft-clogged highway.
WAYLAND TOWNSHIP — Plans for the Gun Lake Casino are quietly edging forward, despite what appears to be an impending bankruptcy filing by Station Casinos Inc., the company hired to manage its construction and operation.
In this 2008 file photo, Anthony Nicodemo talks with other defendants after arraignment.