For the first time since they opened, Pennsylvania casinos have recorded a fiscal year-to-year drop in gross revenues from slot machine play.
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Sugarhouse casino officials say construction should take about two years now that the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has approved a revised plan to expand their waterfront casino.
SugarHouse plans to build a multi-story parking garage that would have some of the expanded gaming floor beneath it.
A Philadelphia official has told the state gaming board that the city is still evaluating the six proposals for a second casino in Philadelphia and hasn’t decided yet which one it likes best.
The six applicants who are in a spirited competition for a second casino license to be issued in Philadelphia all made their presentations during an all-day hearing on Tuesday before the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
State gambling regulators say gross revenue from slot machines was up 2.7 percent last year.
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Sugarhouse is a sponsor of two New Year’s Eve fireworks displays on the Delaware River (6pm and 12 midnight), and of the Mummers’ Parade the following morning.
Nine people have turned themselves in to face theft and fraud charges stemming from a minor bus accident last spring.
Police are now trying to identify a person of interest seen in at least five casino surveillance videos.
By Mike Dunn PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The expansion of Sugarhouse was supposed to begin this summer, but a legal squabble among the casino’s owners has delayed that. Chancery Court in Delaware is the site of […]
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.
The Gaming Control Board has hit SugarHouse with two fines totaling $80,000, $70,000 of which is for seven incidents of gaming involving youngsters from the ages of 17 to 20, which occurred between February of last year and March of this year.