For the first time since casinos opened in the state, gross revenues from slot machine play in Pennsylvania for a calendar year were down from the year before.
Bensalem (Bucks County), Pa. police were called to the parking lot at Parx casino on Saturday night, where they found an 18-month-old boy screaming inside a Lexus.
For the first time since they opened, Pennsylvania casinos have recorded a fiscal year-to-year drop in gross revenues from slot machine play.
Pennsylvania State Police have arrested a man who stole $55,000 in casino chips on Tuesday afternoon.
Bensalem Police are searching for a missing 82-year-old man from N.J. who was last seen at the Parx Casino early Saturday morning.
State gambling regulators say gross revenue from slot machines was up 2.7 percent last year.
The Bucks County Redevelopment Authority has awarded more than $3.8 million in “casino impact grants,” funded through taxes on the slot machines.
Parx casino has added an internationally famous sculpture to its front grounds.
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Gross revenue from table games was up 7.4 percent last month compared to a year ago, boosted by the second full month of play at the state’s newest casino, according to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s table games revenue totals released Monday.
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Pennsylvania set an all-time high for gross revenue from table games last month, figures bolstered by the opening of the state’s 11th casino.
The $233-million dollars in gross slots revenue for March was the highest for any month since the state’s tenth full-size casino opened, or any month since legalized gaming began in Pennsylvania.