Firm Wins Right To Put Mini-Casino In Lawrence CountyThe owners of the Mount Airy Casino Resort in the Pocono Mountains have won the rights to build a mini-casino in Lawrence County.
Firm Wins Right To Build Mini-Casino In Westmoreland CountyStadium Casino has won the right to put up a mini-casino in Westmoreland County.
Pa. Gaming Regulators Announce First Winning Bid To Build Mini-CasinoPenn National Gaming has won the right to put up a casino in southcentral Pennsylvania.
As Communities Opt Out, Process Begins To Award New Pa. Casino LicensesTrying to plug a nearly $2 billion budget hole without raising taxes led the state legislature and the governor to expand gaming in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Turnpike Chair Leaving To Join Gaming BoardThe chairman of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is leaving to join the state's casino regulatory agency.
Pennsylvania Casino Fined For Serving Gambler 27 Drinks In 9 HoursThe Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has fined a casino $25,000 for serving a gambler 27 drinks in a nine-hour period.
Pa. Game Control Board Launches Campaign To Keep The Underage Out Of CasinosNormally, casinos want as many visitors as possible, but they don't want everyone.
Pennsylvania Advances Bill To Regulate Fantasy SportsA Pennsylvania House of Representatives committee is advancing legislation that would regulate and tax daily fantasy sports betting in the state.
Nemacolin Woodlands Resort Set To Open Pa.’s Newest CasinoNemacolin Woodlands Resort is preparing to open Pennsylvania's 12th casino.
Nemacolin's Lady Luck Casino To Be Open To All -- For A FeeNemacolin, the luxurious mountain resort in the Laurel Highlands, where chandeliers and glitz make you feel like royalty, is now completing construction of the region's first resort casino -- the Lady Luck Casino to open in July.
Nemacolin’s Lady Luck Casino Gets Thumbs Up For Table GamesNemacolin Woodlands Resort got the news it wanted to hear from Harrisburg on Wednesday: It will be allowed to have table games at the casino it plans to open this summer.
Pennsylvania Gaming Up, State Moves Into Second Place Behind NevadaForget the economy -- Pennsylvanians are playing the slots at record numbers, making 2012 the best year ever with nearly $2.5 billion in slots revenue.