2009 July 27 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The Ellwood City Chapter of the AARP will have a picnic at noon Thursday at the Ellwood City Saxon Club on Millview Street. Bring a casserole to share, a table setting and a bingo prize.
It’s a sign of a lagging economy: American pro and college sports teams seeking new revenue through increasingly bold marketing relationships with gambling interests. It’s why team logos have begun appearing on state lottery tickets and why some basketball games have been played at casino hotels.
He was brought in by Governor Winthrop Rockefeller to put an end to gambling in Hot Springs. Now Lynn Davis has written a book.
PROVIDENCE - When legislative leaders decided not to return to the State House this week to override the governor’s vetoes, they cleared the way for the bankrupt Twin River track-and-slot parlor to suspend live greyhound racing in mid-season - as planned - on Aug. 8.
Instead of driving to an Indian casino, how about Vegas-style gambling at a Tucson racetrack? There’s a new offer on the table to help Arizona dig itself out of a giant budget hole. Racetrack owners h
A judge has denied bail for an 85-year-old prisoner caught on tape talking about his ties to Al Capone and other old-time mobsters.
Ports minister Francisco Mickky Pacheco on Monday assured the legislative assembly that he would seal all illegal activities on five offshore casinos whose NOCs have expired.
The Sparks City Council has approved a land use change for the Lazy 8 Casino in a 2-1 vote.
ATLANTIC CITY — The new owners of the Tropicana Casino and Resort plan to take “a pretty conservative approach” to spending money on additions to the gambling hall, a company official said today. A group of investors led by billionaire…