Sorry for the forced long hiatus. Let’s just say it was beyond my control. But now I’m back with some changes to the design.
Today, as agent Joe Friday from Dragnet would say “Just the Facts.” So, while I was away…..
In Rhode Island
- Rhode Island gaming officials have approved the addition of 14 table games at the Twin River Casino in Lincoln.
- Bristol Community College is combining its successful culinary arts program with its not so successful casino management and tourism and hospitality services programs to prepare BCC students to enter those activities and to find employment in the upcoming casinos in Massachusetts.
In New Hampshire
- NH is considering gambling again – I know, deja vu.
- N.H. casino panel gets advice from Pennsylvania with rules for future casinos suggesting that the best way to regulate them is with a stand-alone, independent authority.
- The casino study group in New Hampshire seems on tract to finish writing new regulations to expand gambling in that state by the Dec. 15 deadline.
- Conn. lawmakers push expansion of gambling to raise money for the state with video slot-machines at New Haven Teletheater, known as Sports Haven, the Bradley Teletrack in Windsor Locks and the Shoreline Star in Bridgeport
- Foxwoods, NC outlet center set to break ground on $115 million site at Connecticut casino
- Maine study group recommends gambling expansion
- Maine sees big revenue increase at casinos
And what about Massachusetts? Just to much to cover here!
That’s all for now. Let me know what if you like the new look!