A budget deficit of over $1 billion for the next fiscal year is overshadowing the new legislative session.
Could an individual with a felony in their past be considered to work at one of Massachusetts’ casinos? The head of the state Gaming Commission said the law is clear, but he wants it changed.
Just under two years ahead of its scheduled casino opening, MGM Springfield has launched a series of career sessions for job seekers on how to apply and be prepared for the nearly 3,000 available positions at the resort.
The Cubit Building in Holyoke’s “Innovation District” will become the site of a new Hospitality and Culinary Arts training program.
Malloy will propose more than $550 million in across-the-board spending cuts for the next fiscal year. He delivers his State of the State address Wednesday.
The Springfield City Council Monday voted to approve an overlay district map allowing MGM to begin clearing land for its proposed casino, including demolishing buildings.
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After what Mayor Domenic Sarno described as “a frank discussion”, he says he accepts MGM’s apology for not giving him a heads-up about the casino design changes.
The commission agreed with MGM that opening a Springfield casino during a major overhaul of I-91 is bad for business.
Springfield and MGM have reached a deal which would push back the opening of the downtown casino by 6 months to September 2018.. Both sides say the delay is necessary to avoid problems from the Interstate 91 viaduct construction.
The Springfield Historical Commission has approved MGM’s plans for three properties on the site of its future downtown casino. But a proposal for a fourth property was defeated Thursday Night–twice.
MGM launches a design and construction information session for prospective vendors, suppliers for the company’s Springfield casino.
Following Tuesday’s defeat of a ballot initiative to overturn the state’s casino law, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission on Thursday formally awarded licenses to MGM Resorts and Wynn to operate casinos in Springfield and Everett.
Following the rejection of a state ballot question to repeal the casino law, stakeholders — including MGM Springfield, the city’s economic development department, and Springfield residents — are looking ahead to the next phase.
Gambling supporters say a new casino in Springfield will spur economic development. Opponents say the economic promises have been oversold, and the social harms are too high. Question 3 on Tuesday’s ballot proposes to repeal the Massachusetts casino law.