Connecticut-based Foxwoods and selectmen of the town of Milford, Mass., have signed a host community agreement for a proposed resort casino development.
Voters in two more Massachusetts communities are set to decide whether they want to host gambling facilities.
A commission charged with recommending regulations for future casinos in New Hampshire is seeking the public’s input on the issue.
A deal struck between Mohegan Sun and Palmer officials would provide the town with nearly $3 million in upfront payments and more than $16 million in estimated annual revenue if a resort casino is built.
Whatever the short-term appeal of the casino money, that vote is not a no-brainer.
A plan to develop a $1 billion resort casino at Suffolk Downs is moving forward with the unveiling of a long-awaited host community agreement between the thoroughbred race track and Boston officials.
The Everett City Council President is denouncing controversial comments made by a city councilor regarding a casino proposal in the community.
A coalition of gambling opponents is pushing a proposed ballot question that would repeal the law legalizing casino gambling in Massachusetts.
The state’s gaming commission has decided to rule out Plainridge Racecourse in Plainville as a potential location for the state’s only slot parlor.
The Milford Board of Selectmen has voted to negotiate with the operators of Connecticut’s Foxwoods casino.