Casino Mogul Steve Wynn Resigns As CEO
BOSTON (AP) _ State gambling regulators are expected to continue their probe of Wynn Resorts following the resignation of the company's chairman and chief executive, Steve Wynn.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission launched an investigation last month after sexual misconduct allegations surfaced …
Steve Wynn Dismisses Rival Casino in Taunton
MEDFORD, Mass. (AP) _ Casino mogul Steve Wynn says he doesn't care about a rival casino being developed south of Boston by the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe.
Wynn made the comment Tuesday during a rare public visit to Massachusetts as the Cape Cod-based tribe pitched its own casino plan to state gambl…
Work Beginning At Everett Casino Site
The future home of Wynn's glitzy Boston-area casino is showing signs of life
Construction equipment and workers began showing up Thursday at the 33-acre waterfront site in Everett.
The Las Vegas-based company is planning to build a $1...
Census Bureau: Population Increases In Boston-Area
Boston-area residents who feel there are more cars on the roads and a little less elbow room on the subway may be right.
The U.S. Census Bureau in estimates released this week says Boston and four of its immediate suburbs added the most new residents from July 1, 2013 to July 1, 2014...
Mass. Casino Debate Continues
A group of Massachusetts mayors and town executives are questioning a study released last week by anti-casino activists that claimed casinos would reduce city and town profits from the state lottery.
Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno and Plainville Town Administrator Joseph…
What’s Next For Casino Gambling In Massachusetts
With the western region settled, state gambling regulators turn their full attention to the two remaining casino licenses in the eastern and southeastern regions.
This month, the two competing proposals for the eastern license will be aired at public hearings in their respective communities...
Mass. City Announces Casino Deal with Wynn
A host community agreement between Everett and Las Vegas casino operator Steve Wynn calls for Wynn to make $30 million in advanced payments to the city during construction and more than $25 million annually if a proposed casino opens.
The agreement announced on Thursday also requires Wynn to help wit…

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