Wynn Pays Record $35.5M Fine To MassachusettsWynn Resorts has paid a record $35.5 million in fines to Massachusetts and won't appeal the decision.
MGM Springfield Fined For Underage ViolationsMGM Springfield has been fined $100,000 for having people younger than 21 on the gaming floor.
Keller @ Large: When It's Casino Vs. State, Encore Holds The Winning HandThe $35 million fine levied against the owners of the new Encore Casino in Everett by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission for their handling of the Steve Wynn scandal dwarfed the $20 million punishment extracted by Nevada authorities.
Mass. Gaming Commission Discusses Future Of Wynn Casino ResortGaming Commission investigators said they were kept in the dark during their 2014 investigation of Wynn's suitability about a $7.5 million payoff to a female employee he allegedly assaulted.
Gaming Commission To Decide This Week On Brockton Fairgrounds CasinoThe state Gaming Commission is deciding this week whether to award the state's third and final gambling license to a developer seeking to build a $677 million resort on the Brockton Fairgrounds.
Plainridge Park Casino Slots Revenue Falls For 2nd Straight MonthSlot machine revenue at Plainridge Park Casino, Massachusetts' only slots parlor, dropped for the second straight month, state regulators reported Thursday.
Revenues Down Slightly At Massachusetts' Lone CasinoRevenues were down slightly last month at Massachusetts' lone casino.
Plainridge Park Casino Gamblers Spent Over $180M At Slots In JulyNearly $9 million was collected from the casino in state taxes and race horse assessments.
Boston Officials: Wynn Reps Knew Proposed Casino Land Tied To FelonThe city of Boston says interviews conducted by state investigators show Wynn Resorts was aware a convicted felon had a stake in land it eyed for a casino.
What's Next For Casinos In Massachusetts?The casino gambling industry is off and running with the recent opening of the Plainridge Park Casino in southeastern Massachusetts.
Survey: 3 In 4 Massachusetts Residents Gambled In Past YearMen and black residents are more likely to have gambling problems.