22News discovered how the tribes that run Mohegan and Foxwoods in Connecticut see it impacting their business.
GameSense is a player-focused responsible gaming program that encourages behaviors to reduce the risk of developing gambling disorders.
Construction crews have continued to make progress in the city’s South End, where a seven-story parking garage is nearing completion.
Thursday’s announcement comes less than a year after MGM won a joint bid with the venue’s current management, Spectra.
The $330 million Rivers Casino and Resort in Schenectady, New York opened its doors on Wednesday afternoon.
The casino wars continue, as border states hope their new casinos will keep customers away from Springfield’s MGM casino.
22News found out how MGM Springfield plans on dealing with the gambling developments in surrounding states.
The two tribes that run Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods casinos in Connecticut want to build a third casino to compete with MGM Springfield.
22News found out Connecticut stands to lose $702-million in revenue, once MGM Springfield opens.
The goal of a third Connecticut casino is to take business away from MGM Springfield, which has some residents worried.
You can see the progress being made on the 14.5 acres in the South End from the highway or just passing by.
A collection of religious and civic groups are expressing their opposition to a proposed new casino in northern Connecticut.
WE ARE OPEN! That’s the message from some downtown Springfield business owners impacted by the casino construction.
UMass-Amherst researchers said in a report Thursday that the state didn’t see a widespread decrease in lottery revenue.
Former Springfield City Councilor Tony Ravosa says his proposed site off I-84 in East Hartford would’ve been in the state’s best interest.
The Springfield City Council created two committees to help improve the public relationship with the police, as well as MGM Springfield.
The Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan Tribes announced that East Hartford, Hartford and South Windsor are no longer under consideration.
The progress on the casino construction is obvious as you drive through Springfield’s South End.
The status on two projects funded with over $1-million in upfront money as part of the city’s Community Host Agreement with MGM.
Gaming Commission consultant presented the commission with a crime analysis for the first full year of gaming at the Plainville slots parlor…