The agreement signed by Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno and MGM Resorts this week is now before the city council. If it passes, it could go to voters in a city-wide referendum in mid-July.
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno and MGM Resorts International officially signed a host community agreement for a proposed casino Wednesday.
Springfield Massachusetts officials have postponed making a decision about which of two casino resort proposals the city will enter into an agreement with. The announcement was initially sche
The applications and fees are in, and eleven companies are now officially vying for casino licenses in Massachusetts. That includes four competing for the single license in western Massachusetts.
Holyoke, Massachusetts Mayor Alex Morse’s reversal on casino developments last week put an end to a brief revival of two casino proposals in the city.
Holyoke, Massachusetts’ Mayor Alex Morse has reversed course again and is now halting all casino development plans in the city.
At a public forum organized by the City of Springfield, Penn National Gaming and MGM Resorts, two companies vying for the region’s single casino license, presented their proposals to city residents
Tuesday night, in its first meeting since Mayor Alex Morse announced he will consider casino proposals, the Holyoke, Massachusetts city council primarily focused on the casino debate.
Holyoke, Massachusetts Mayor Alex Morse sent a public letter to mayors and town managers of nine municipalities Tuesday inviting them to meet with him about regional impacts of a casino in Holyoke
Just days after announcing he will consider casino developments in Holyoke, Massachusetts, mayor Alex Morse issued a set of criteria he expects potential developers to meet if they plan to propose
We’ve been reporting all week about Holyoke, Massachusetts Mayor Alex Morse’s change in position on a casino in the city.
Holyoke, Massachusetts Mayor Alex Morse’s announcement that he would consider a casino development in the city adds another player to the competition for the siting of a casino in western Massachus
Penn National Gaming Inc.
The panel that oversees the Bay State’s new gambling law returned to western Massachusetts today (Tuesday) to hold its regular weekly hearing.
As Springfield officials continue their plan to select one or more bidders to develop a possible casino in the city, a new group has organized to oppose the effort.