2010 January 06 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Gov. Ed Rendell is expected to sign into law today a bill that expands gambling in the state, but some area lawmakers are none too happy about it. State Rep. Matthew E. Baker, R-Wellsboro, said he remains morally opposed to gambling, despite any additional revenues it could generate.
The Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand (PGF) is proud that one of their staff was awarded a Queens Service Medal in the 2010 New Year Honours. John Wong, National Asian Services Director at PGF, was awarded the QSM for services to the ethnic community. …
Foxwoods is still struggling to open a casino in Philadelphia even as Pennsylvania on Wednesday broadly expanded the types of gambling it allows.
When your morning begins looking into the eyes of Joanna Krupa, it’s pretty certain it’s going to be a good day.
Three Kemptville, Ont., residents are facing charges in connection to an illegal gambling operation, police say.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4146 has canceled Bingo at the Post Home for Thursday, Jan. 7, because of the weather. For more information, call Winnie McCarrell, 361-574-8939. The VFW and Auxiliary District meeting is scheduled for Saturday at the Victoria VFW Post 4146 at 1 p.m.
A rural Alabama county hungry for economic development staved off a state raid on a big, new bingo and entertainment center it helped create, winning a round Wednesday in a gambling confrontation with Gov. Bob Riley.
A gambling game that looks like a slot machine, but is based on the outcome of randomly selected old horse races, is allowed by state law, but gambling rules would have to be rewritten to allow so-called Instant Gambling, the Kentucky attorney general’s office says.
Mumbai/Kolkata, Jan 6 : ITC’s popular snack brand Bingo has launched a new application on popular networking site Facebook where users can twist their status message.