Gambling

A rendering of the originally proposed Suffolk Downs Casino. (Courtesy: Elkus Manfredi Architects)

Suffolk Downs Says It Seeks New Casino Operator

Officials of the Suffolk Downs thoroughbred race track told state gambling regulators on Tuesday that it is in discussions with several potential casino operators but may not have one in place before host community votes scheduled for next week.

10/29/2013

(WBZ-TV)

Slots Parlor License Getting Closer In Mass.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commissioners were bombarded with slick videos and big promises on Monday.

10/07/2013

WBZ

Commission Disqualifies Plainridge Slots Parlor

The commission said the investigation revealed what it called “a culture of fear and concealment pervasive in the operations” of the Plainville facility.

08/05/2013

Aquasino will be operating out of Lynn this year

Floating Casino Coming To Lynn Harbor In May

Long before a casino breaks ground in Massachusetts, gamblers could be heading out to sea.

03/15/2013

(File photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Foxwoods Jumps Into Fray For Eastern Mass. Casino

Connecticut’s Foxwoods Resort Casino has joined the race to open a casino in eastern Massachusetts.

02/11/2013

Gambling, Betting, Casinos

Mass. Gaming Panel Rejects Bids For Extensions

The panel had set a 5 p.m. Tuesday deadline for companies to submit initial applications along with $400,000 application fees.

01/17/2013

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11 Firms In Running For Mass. Gambling Facilities

The late entries included one surprise — a company affiliated with the principals of Baltimore-based Cornish Companies, which had not publicly expressed interest in the state before Tuesday.

01/15/2013

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Resort Casinos A Long Way Off In Mass.

Some gaming experts can’t understand why Massachusetts is moving so slowly to approve casino licenses. Meanwhile, competition is increasing in neighboring states.

01/08/2013

(File photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

PA Casino Developer Submits Application For License In Springfield

Penn National Gaming said in a statement Friday it had submitted a non-refundable, $400,000 application fee to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission that was required by Jan. 15 for the company to be considered for a casino license.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–12/15/2012

Steve Wynn (MIKE CLARKE/AFP/Getty Images)

Steve Wynn Eyes Everett As Possible Casino Site

Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn may be placing a new bet on gambling in Massachusetts.

11/26/2012

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