An overflow crowd packed the Boston convention center on Wednesday to hear Mohegan Sun and Wynn Resorts make high-powered pitches.
Three companies seeking state licenses to build resort casinos in Massachusetts have filed final applications with the state gaming commission.
We will ring in a brand new year tonight and with that we want to undo or redo some of the things we did last year.
The state’s gambling commission has cleared the way for MGM Resorts to pursue a casino in Springfield.
Residents of Milford have rejected a proposal to build a $1 billion casino, further cutting into the field of potential candidates for the state’s first regional resort casino licenses.
Massachusetts gambling regulators say a group led by Foxwoods can continue its pursuit of a resort casino in Milford if it lines up the necessary financing and meets several other conditions.
The Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah says it plans to convert an unfinished community center on tribal lands into a temporary Class II gambling facility.
When Massachusetts lawmakers legalized casino gambling, they took pains to ensure that casinos would not be built in places where they weren’t wanted or operated by the ethically challenged.
Mohegan Sun has asked for a recount after voters in Palmer narrowly rejected its plan for a $1 billion resort casino in the central Massachusetts town.
Tuesday’s votes won’t end the debate over casino gambling in Massachusetts. Both Suffolk Downs and Mohegan Sun say they’re hopeful they can save their plans to apply for one of the gaming licenses being made available by the state gaming commission.