Casino competition could be heating up across state lines as Massachusetts moves closer to getting into the gambling game.
It might soon be time to saddle up again at Suffolk Downs.
Wynn has also scrapped a planned nightclub.
Wynn Resorts says Boston has declined to accept a $1 million payment the company made to help offset the impacts of the casino it plans to build in neighboring Everett.
The state gambling commission is defending the way it handled awarding a license to Wynn Resorts for an Everett casino.
Most folks have overindulged in oh so many ways. And now we have begun to wonder how on earth we are going to undo the damage done?
The voluntary “play management” system would allow gamblers to set a dollar amount they intend to spend during a single session, day or month.
With a month to go before he’s sworn in as Massachusetts’ 72nd governor, Republican Charlie Baker is facing an array of challenges.
In a rarely used strategy to address gambling addiction, Massachusetts regulators may require casinos to reward their customers for voluntarily setting limits on how much time and money they spend at slot machines.
Gambling money will begin flowing into local government coffers in earnest now that the state’s casino law survived an Election Day repeal effort