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A collection of news and information related to Gaming and Lotteries published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP)
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  • 5 engaging ways to share social media content

    5 engaging ways to share social media content
    You sit down at your computer armed with a bunch of great content and you're excited to share with your audiences. But how do you say it? Straightforward? Snarky? Fun? The answer is: It depends. There are unlimited ways to interact, but sometimes you...
  • Blast starts fast, beats Silver Knights, 12-4

    Blast starts fast, beats Silver Knights, 12-4
    Pro soccer Blast starts fast, beats Silver Knights, 12-4 The visiting Blast scored five goals in the first quarter and used a strong defensive effort to beat the Syracuse Silver Knights, 12-4, on Friday night and remain undefeated in the Major Arena...
  • Conversion charter schools too often overlooked in debate

    Conversion charter schools too often overlooked in debate
    In the few weeks since the release of the Abell Foundation's report on charter schools in Maryland, there has been a great deal of reaction, including in the editorial, op-ed and letter sections of this newspaper. Those of us happily working in the...
  • After three months, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore revenue is well below forecasts

    After three months, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore revenue is well below forecasts
    Three months after Horseshoe Casino Baltimore opened to big crowds, its revenues are substantially lower than state consultants projected — even as its chief competitor is thriving a dozen miles away. The $442 million casino has averaged monthly...
  • Woman mugged, lottery ticket winnings taken in Middle Smithfield

    A woman in purple pajama pants mugged another woman for $100 in lottery winnings outside a Middle Smithfield convenience store Saturday night, according to state police. State police said the victim, a 23-year-old Bushkill woman, had cashed a winning...
  • Hartford Group Proposes School Lottery Advantage For Clark School Students

    Hartford Group Proposes School Lottery Advantage For Clark School Students
    HARTFORD — Arguing that Clark Elementary School families have been "failed again," the education reform group Achieve Hartford! called on school officials to "go bold" and give Clark students an advantage in this year's school choice lotteries....
  • Happy Valentines Day, South Florida

    Happy Valentines Day, South Florida
    Valentine's Day is not for everybody, that's the hard candy truth. For those in love, the manufactured holiday is one of the toughest of the year. So much pressure. So many expectations. So hard to get a last-minute reservation at the Diplomat. But...
  • Connecticut Lottery: 43 Years, Nearly 25 Billion Dollars

    Connecticut Lottery: 43 Years, Nearly 25 Billion Dollars
    Forty-three years ago, as Connecticut officials were gearing up to sell the very first tickets for the state’s newly approved lottery, Gov. Thomas Meskill bullishly declared that residents’ appetite for legalized gambling would put $14 million...
  • In historic move, Jamaica extradites fraud suspect

    In historic move, Jamaica extradites fraud suspect
    In a historic international move to fight fraud, a Jamaican man has been extradited to South Florida to face charges he duped people into thinking they had won the lottery and persuaded them to send money to collect their "winnings." Damion Bryan...
  • Oswego schools face choice on dual language program

    Oswego schools face choice on dual language program
    Changes are coming to how Spanish-speaking students working to master English are educated at the Oswego-based Community Unit School District 308, where school board members will soon be asked to choose a new approach to teach those students. District...
  • Sex predator allowed to spend lottery winnings despite looming lawsuit

    A Mount Dora sexual predator who won a lottery prize is free to spend his winnings despite a pending lawsuit brought by two men who say he abused them as children, a judge ruled Friday. Timothy Poole, who pleaded guilty to attempted sexual battery on a...