2009 December 18 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
HOUSTON — Nevada Gold & Casinos, Inc. announced today that Oceans Casino Cruises, Inc., owner of SunCruz Casinos, decided to cease operations of its casino cruises effective December 15, 2009.
The Ishpeming woman accused of stealing the bingo winnings of an 81-year-old Ishpeming woman, pled guilty to two felony charges in court Friday.
It seems that nobody sees the true irony in this story: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported that four employees of Fidelity Investments were fired for…
The solid results in Sportingbet’s Q1 have continued, and trading across the business is in line with management expectations, investors were informed this week by chairman Peter Dicks, who told the agm that the company remains confident of achieving a satisfactory outcome for the current financial year.
The Q1 results announced on 25 November showed growth […]
The Gibraltar-based online gambling group Party Gaming plc issued a bullish trading update as the week closed, announcing that trading since the end of September 2009 has been solid. While revenue is expected to be in line with the Board’s expectations, Clean EBITDA for the year to 31 December 2009 is expected to be slightly […]
PLEASANT HILL Police were looking today for at least one suspect in an armed robbery early this morning at a bingo parlor at Contra Costa Boulevard and Second Street on the city’s north edge.
This is the last of a three-part series based on my recent run of interviews with David Stern, in which the NBA commissioner initially dealt with the possibility of a woman playing in the NBA, and, last week, with the equally controversial prospect of legalized sports betting and other topics. I haven’t mentioned until now that this is a three-part series, mainly because I don’t know many people …
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MIDDLEBORO Elementary school aged children are invited to attend Candy Bar Bingo on Wednesday, Dec. 30 at 2 p.m. in the Middleboro Public Library’s Meeting Room. Each child who participates is asked to bring a candy bar to put in the “kitty.”