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  • Mass. High Court: Casino Repeal Will Go To A Vote

    Mass. High Court: Casino Repeal Will Go To A Vote
    The high court in Massachusetts ruled Tuesday that a petition to effectively ban casinos will go to a vote in November, potentially erasing plans for destination resorts in Springfield and Greater Boston. At the least, the decision delays the start of...
  • Whiting-Turner chosen for National Harbor project

    Whiting-Turner chosen for National Harbor project
    Baltimore-based Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. has been chosen as general contractor to build Maryland's sixth casino at National Harbor, a nearly $1 billion project on the Potomac River expected to get under way in weeks and be completed in about two...
  • Final Vote Gives Casino License To MGM In Springfield

    Final Vote Gives Casino License To MGM In Springfield
    SPRINGFIELD — MGM Resorts International received the full blessing of Massachusetts gambling regulators Friday to build and operate an $800 million casino in the city's downtown. An opening is planned for 2017 after about 30 months of construction....
  • Mass. Gaming Commission Votes Support For MGM Springfield Casino

    Mass. Gaming Commission Votes Support For MGM Springfield Casino
    The Massachusetts Gaming Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to allow MGM Resorts International to build an $800 million casino in downtown Springfield if the company accepts a list of terms. "The MGM proposal is a genuinely ambitious and unusual...
  • MGM Grand worker killed in plunge from third-floor window

    MGM Grand worker killed in plunge from third-floor window
    A worker was killed in an accident at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Tuesday. The unidentified victim fell from a third-story window of the MGM Grand Conference Center, Gordon Absher, vice president of public affairs for MGM Resorts International, said...
  • Maryland Live casino plans hotel, spa

    Maryland Live casino plans hotel, spa
    The owners of Maryland Live casino in Arundel Mills have started planning a roughly $200 million hotel and spa, betting on a successful pairing of hospitality and gambling that goes back to the early days of legalized casinos in Las Vegas and Atlantic...
  • Letters: Readers weigh in on Donald Sterling

    Letters: Readers weigh in on Donald Sterling
    Not that it's fair to put Mike D'Antoni and Donald Sterling in the same sentence, as Mr. D'Antoni doesn't deserve to be insulted, but we can clearly see the similarities in the two of them as they leave Staples Center. Neither one of them has a useful...
  • AEG on the rebound after a rough year

    AEG on the rebound after a rough year
    Last year, Los Angeles entertainment giant AEG weathered a major corporate shake-up, endured a six-month trial spotlighting its role in the last days of Michael Jackson and fell short in its efforts to bring L.A. a pro football team. Even so, the...
  • On Vegas Strip, the Harmon tower set to fall -- with a whimper

    On Vegas Strip, the Harmon tower set to fall --  with a whimper
    LAS VEGAS — One by one, the grand old dames of the Strip outlived their charms — the Dunes, Stardust and Aladdin — and down they came, thanks to some well-rigged dynamite, in a booming flash of bravado and showmanship that became this...
  • Manny Pacquiao says Timothy Bradley looks nervous

    Manny Pacquiao says Timothy Bradley looks nervous
    LAS VEGAS — Manny Pacquiao has been in so many more big fights than his Saturday opponent Timothy Bradley that apparently he can now read body language. "They seem very nervous," Pacquiao whispered to trainer Freddie Roach on the MGM Grand stage,...
  • Mandalay Bay parent company fined after drug, prostitution sting

    Mandalay Bay parent company fined after drug, prostitution sting
    MGM Resorts International, parent company of the Mandalay Bay hotel and casino in Las Vegas, has agreed to a $500,000 fine after a sting found that an upscale lounge's employees provided drugs and prostitutes to undercover cops in 2012.  Nevada state...