2010 March 26 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
MATTOON Illinois Liquor Control Commission agents cited the Moose Club this week reportedly for illegal video gambling machine payouts.
Everyone loves to play BINGO and we are pleased to announce that in partnership with Lingle’s BI-LO and other area businesses, our extremely popular Spring BINGO Contest returns to The Express starting Monday. Look for your BINGO card in Monday’s Express and start playing. Six BINGO pieces will run each day in The Express from Monday through Tuesday, April 6.
Casino gambling will soon be taking center stage in the Baystate. Massachusetts Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo told 22News, a bill he has been working on will be released in the next few weeks.
TRENTON Officials revealed today the results of two long-term investigations that targeted sports gambling operations in the city.
As Atlantic City, the dowager of Atlantic Oceanside resorts, actively repositions itself repositions itself as a major LGBT getaway, more and more of us are looking at the various options available.
Not content with being the top-grossing casino in the state, Parx wants to grow again - just three months after opening a bigger $250 million gambling hall in Bensalem.
Gambling proponents have sought for years to make further inroads in New Hampshire, which was the first state to introduce the lottery.
The Racing and Gaming Commission is considering whether to add four new casinos in Iowa, two of which could have a major effect on a casino in Emmetsburg.
A 34-year-old Center Line High School teacher accused of having sex with a female student claims they didn’t meet at a hotel for sex but to exchange money and information for a gambling operation.