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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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  • Brightstar names next CEO, succeeding Marcelo Claure

    MIAMI After a six-month global search, Miami's Brightstar Corp. announced Thursday who will succeed Marcelo Claure as its chief executive officer. Jaymin B. Patel, most recently a top executive at global gaming company GTECH, will lead Brightstar as...
  • February 13: Feedback from newspaper readers

    Report: NN City Farm should be shut down A report from an outside consulting firm says the Newport News City Prison Farm should be shut down soon. But several inmates at the City Farm told the Daily Press that the city should keep the City Farm open....
  • UCF growth vs. residents

    University of Central Florida plans to create a downtown campus near the Parramore neighborhood have been the subject of recent news coverage. Has anyone asked residents of Parramore and adjacent neighborhoods what they want? A front-page Orlando...
  • Group Launches 'Smarter' Website On Hartford Schools

    Group Launches 'Smarter' Website On Hartford Schools
    HARTFORD — Researching schools before the lotteries? The Achieve Hartford! reform advocacy group has launched a new data-driven website with detailed performance profiles of city schools. The site, unveiled Thursday during National School Choice...
  • 'Project Almanac' reviews say found-footage gimmick is out of date

    The new sci-fi film "Project Almanac" tells the story of teens who build a time machine and use it for fun and gain until things get out of hand. According to reviews, however, the movie also feels like it's going back in time — and not in a good...
  • Seeing double: Thursday's midday, evening Daily 4 drawings both end up with same numbers

    One day's Michigan Lottery drawings had some people seeing double. The winning numbers for the Midday Daily 4 on Thursday afternoon and the Daily 4 numbers drawn that evening were the same: zero, two, two and nine. "It's one of those things that hasn'...
  • Time Traveler Weston is relieved the time is finally right for 'Project Almanac' to come out

    MIAMI BEACH Ask actor Jonny Weston what he's been up to while he's been waiting for what could be his "big break" to hit theaters. Go ahead. "Twiddling my thumbs," he says, laughing. "I've been waiting what, a year and a half for ("Project Almanac") to...
  • Education notebook: Virginia Wesleyan to host Buddhism scholar, Hampton NAACP to host education forum, TNCC adds paramedic training

    Virginia Wesleyan College's Center for the Study of Religious Freedom will host Rita M. Gross, a religious studies scholar and advanced Buddhist practitioner, for two events this week on campus. Both programs are free and open to the public. The...
  • Santa Ana lottery determines who gets permits to sell marijuana

    Santa Ana lottery determines who gets permits to sell marijuana
    Cheers and sighs erupted at Santa Ana City Hall as would-be pot shop owners got their chance to obtain a permit to legally sell medical marijuana in the city.  Thursday afternoon's lottery was a result of the city-backed, voter-approved measure that...
  • State approves slots reductions at Maryland Live and Horseshoe

    State approves slots reductions at Maryland Live and Horseshoe
    The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission approved requests Thursday by the state's largest casinos — Maryland Live and Horseshoe Baltimore — to eliminate 300 slot machines each and add more profitable table games. Horseshoe, which...
  • 'Project Almanac' a leap back in time, not forward

    In Hollywood's seemingly endless quest to use the found-footage gimmick to resuscitate any subgenre, we have the new time-travel movie "Project Almanac." The film self-consciously name-drops "Looper," although it probably has more in common with the...