The process for awarding casino licenses in eastern and southeastern Massachusetts will take at least two months longer than hoped, state gambling officials said Thursday.
The state gambling commission is holding a hearing Tuesday on MGM Resorts’ plan to build an $800 million resort casino.
State gambling regulators agreed Thursday to consider Boston Mayor Martin Walsh’s bid to have the city declared a host community for resort casino proposals in the neighboring cities of Everett and Revere, a designation that, if granted, would give Boston voters the ability to kill the projects.
Over the next few months, casinos and slots are going to become much more than just a sketch and a distant promise.
Voters in Revere have approved Mohegan Sun’s plan to build a resort casino on land owned by Suffolk Downs.
For the second time, Revere residents will vote on a proposed casino at Suffolk Downs.
BOSTON (CBS) – Tuesday, voters will once again voice their opinions about placing a casino in Revere. Supporters and opponents struggle to have their message heard in the final days before the decision is made. […]
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission says it may have to push back the timetable for awarding the sole eastern Massachusetts resort casino license.
By any measure, horse racing has been in marked decline for years in Massachusetts, leaving operators of the state’s two tracks eyeing casino gambling as their last, best hope for survival.
WBZ NewsWatch with Joe Mathieu returned Tuesday on WBZ NewsRadio 1030 with Mitchell Etess, the CEO of the Mohegan Sun Tribal Gaming Authority, as Joe’s guest.