Voters in West Springfield soundly defeated a proposal for a casino on the grounds of the Eastern States Exposition.
Residents of West Springfield, Massachusetts, will vote Tuesday on whether Hard Rock International will take the next step with its proposed $800 million casino.
Mohegan Sun and the town of Palmer say they have a deal. They’re vying for the single casino license slated for Western Massachusetts.
Springfield is in the rare position of preparing for two special elections in under a month, one to fill the state’s vacant senate seat, and another to approve or deny a proposed downtown casino, a
Public health officials in Springfield held a community forum last night, part of an ongoing study on the health impacts of a future casino in western Massachusetts, but some say the study is too l
Late last week in Springfield, the ballot question language for the proposed MGM Resorts casino was sent to voters, ahead of the referendum set for July 16th.
Hard Rock Casinos released a study this week outlining the economic impact of its proposed casino in West Springfield.
In an attempt to boost Mohegan Sun’s bid for the sole casino license in western Massachusetts, developers in Palmer announced a resort-style development this week on land adjacent to the site of th
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