Three gamblers have filed a lawsuit against Foxwoods Resort Casino alleging the eastern Connecticut establishment failed to pay them more than $1.1 million they say they won in a table game in 2011 and didn’t give them back a $1.6 million deposit they put down to cover any losses.
Mayor Martin Walsh and Mohegan Sun announced a deal Thursday that would provide the city with at least $300 million in investments over 15 years if the casino company wins a state gambling license. The American Indian tribe-owned company proposes a $1.3 billion resort casino at the Suffolk Downs horse racing track in the neighboring city of Revere.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _Opponents of expanding gambling in Connecticut said Thursday they were happy to see Gov. Dannel P. Malloy indicate a willingness to reverse course on a plan to introduce keno, a bingo-style game […]
Fall River’s mayor and Connecticut-based Foxwoods have unveiled a plan to build a $750 million resort casino in Fall River, saying it would bring thousands of jobs and become a tourist destination in the region.
Mohegan Sun has reached agreements with two labor groups to hire union carpenters and tradesmen should it win approval to build a casino in Revere.
A recount on Tuesday confirmed the defeat of Mohegan Sun’s bid for a resort casino in the town of Palmer, officially leaving MGM Resorts International as the only remaining applicant for the single western Massachusetts resort casino license.
The former owner of a Stratford pizzeria has been sentenced to federal prison for his role in a gambling operation that prosecutors say was run by the Gambino crime family.
A half a dozen managers and card dealers were arrested in an illegal gambling bust in Norwalk.
Negotiations for a union contract at the country’s largest casino are hitting a snag over footwear requirements for cocktail waitresses.
Connecticut’s House of Representatives early Sunday morning approved a state budget deal reached between legislative Democrats and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy that expands gambling in Connecticut and shifts about $6 billion in mostly health care spending for the poor from under the state’s constitutional spending cap.