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Connecticut Casino Towns to Get Funding

ews Brief: Connecticut legislature's Planning and Development Committee unanimously approved Gov. M. Jodi Rell's proposal to send $250,000 apiece in state aid to five towns surrounding the Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods Resort casinos.

State Says More Youngsters are Having Gambling Problems

Some children as young as 15 have been turning to state experts for help in dealing with their gambling problems.

Lawmakers Push for Plan to Help Casino Towns

Several state lawmakers and officials of towns in eastern Connecticut are backing a plan by Gov. M. Jodi Rell to provide $250,000 to the five towns surrounding Foxwoods Resort Casino and Mohegan Sun.

Snow Hurts Casinos

News Brief: Snow is not good for Connecticut casinos' bottom lines, and executives said bad weather in January, particularly the mid-month blizzard, was responsible for rare year-over-year drops in slot machine revenue.

Connecticut Towns May Receive Larger Casino Revenue Share

News Brief: A group of local lawmakers trying to bring more state casino revenue to southeastern Connecticut heard what they hoped to hear Monday morning in a meeting with House Speaker.

Mohegan Sun Player Hits Jackpot

Aristocrat Technologies' Millioni$er progressive video slots awarded $500,000 to a lucky player at Connecticut's Mohegan Sun.

FBI Videotapes in Casino Employee's House

News Brief: A Mohegan Sun employee who was cooperating with the FBI attended a party at the Uncasville home of co-worker LeLe Lam last November and secretly recorded a game of Pai Gow, according to a court document.

Police Station Allegedly Used for Gambling Ring

News Brief: The president of the Norwich city police union filed a complaint Tuesday alleging that the police station was used Saturday for an illegal NASCAR gambling ring in which the on-duty shift commander and numerous off-duty police officers participated.

Foxwoods Celebrates 13th Birthday

News Brief: Foxwoods, the world largest casino, is celebrating it’s thirteenth birthday.

Connecticut Budget Helps Casino Town's Neighbors

News Brief: Governor M. Jodi Rell's proposed budget contains good and bad news for the towns surrounding the state's two Indian casinos, representatives here and across the region said Wednesday.

Connecticut Casino Tribes Go National

News Brief: With a page from the playbook of Las Vegas gambling giants, Connecticut's Indian casinos are taking their act nationwide in a bid to create wagering empires stretching from coast to coast.

Mohegan Sun Results Up

Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority reports that net revenues for the Mohegan Sun for the Q1 2005 increased by $12.3 million, or 4.0%, to $319.3 million from $307.0 million for Q1 2004.

Council Approves $700 Million Expansion To Foxwoods

Foxwoods Resort Casino, one of the world's largest casinos, will be getting bigger under a new plan approved by the Mashantucket Pequots' Tribal Council.

Mohegan Sun Ad Campaign Launched

News Brief: A $25 million Mohegan Sun ad campaign launched this week aims to convince consumers that there's a world of entertainment surrounding its two casinos.

Casinos Ready for New Year's Eve

News Brief: On an average night, Foxwoods Resort Casino attracts 50,000 visitors. But New Year's Eve is not an average night

Casinos Continue to Draw Crowds Eager for Jackpot

News Brief: You can count on the Beauregards and tens of thousands of others to visit Eastern Connecticut's two Indian casinos.

Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority Competes Note Offer

The Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority has completed its offer to the holders of its 7 1/8% Senior Subordinated Notes due 2014 to exchange such notes for an equal amount of its newly issued 7 1/8% Senior Subordinated Notes due 2014.

As Gambling Wins Acceptance, Sales Of Home Games Rise

News Brief: All this week, Barbara Wolberg of Newton wrestled with whether to buy her son a Texas Hold 'Em poker set for his 16th birthday, which falls on Christmas Day.

IGT and TransAct Expand Relationship

TransAct Technologies Incorporated , a subsidiary of International Game Technology , reports that they have signed an agreement for the integration of TransAct's Epic 950 printer to become a standard option on all IGT slot machine platforms.

The Foxwoods Value Project

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