Indian Tribes Push Ahead On Plans For East Windsor CasinoLeaders of Connecticut's two federally recognized Indian tribes are pushing ahead with plans to build a casino, despite delays in federal approvals.
Demolition To Make Way For East Windsor Casino DelayedWednesday was supposed to be demolition day at the site of the former Showcase Cinemas along Interstate 91 in East Windsor, to make way for a new casino planned by the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan Tribes, but the work has been delayed.
Car Crashes Into Burger King BathroomA car smashed into an exterior wall of a Burger King on Bridge Street in East Windsor this morning.
Lawmakers To Hold Hearing On Bill Opening Up Casino ProcessConnecticut lawmakers will hold a public hearing after all on whether to allow a proposed competitive process for building Connecticut's first casino on non-tribal land.
Tribes: East Windsor Casino Plans Moving ForwardThough there's been no construction at the site of a planned casino along Interstate 91 in East Windsor, the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes insist the project is moving forward.
MGM Seeks To Become Part of Lawsuit Over Connecticut CasinoMGM Resorts International has asked to intervene in a lawsuit filed by the state and two federally-recognized Native American tribes against the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Connecticut, Tribes Sue Feds Over Stalled Action On CompactConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says the state and two federally recognized tribes are suing the federal government for failing to act on compact changes needed before a new casino can be built to compete with the MGM casino in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Police: Man Tries To Steal $3,200 Worth Of Apple WatchesPolice say a man tried to steal $3,200 worth of Apple Watches from a Connecticut Walmart.
Three Under Arrest In East Windsor Home InvasionThree Springfield, Massachusetts men are under arrest in connection with a home invasion Tuesday in East Windsor.
Tribes, Governor Sign Changes To Compact Allowing New CasinoIt's now up to the General Assembly and the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs to approve an agreement that could lead to a new satellite tribal casino in Connecticut.
Malloy Signs East Windsor Tribal Casino BillGov. Dannel P. Malloy has signed legislation into law that could lead to a new tribal casino in East Windsor, the first casino to be built on non-tribal land in Connecticut.
House Endorses East Windsor Casino, Sends Bill To GovernorConnecticut lawmakers approved most of a legislative package early Wednesday that could lead to a new tribal casino being built in East Windsor, a move that came hours after a multifaceted deal was reached that includes more off-track betting parlors in the state.