The mayor expressed confidence in MGM, after the casino company suffered a legal defeat in a federal appeals court.
MGM Resorts International has lost another round in a court fight aimed at giving it leverage against Native American tribes in Connecticut.
Construction crews are working on several streets in downtown Springfield, the North End, and the South End.
The exclusions list ensures that gamblers who have either cheated, evaded their taxes, or could pose a threat, aren’t allowed in casinos.
A presentation was made to have the old Court Square Hotel converted into apartments, as part of MGM’s agreement with the city of Springfiel…
MGM is continuing to make progress on their South End resort casino, but competition is likely coming just over the state line.
The East Windsor casino would compete directly with MGM Springfield, which is only 20 minutes away.
Some are calling it “sweetening the pot,” while others are calling it “Let’s make a deal.”
The tribes that run the Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods casinos, are waiting for a decision from Connecticut state lawmakers on their proposed casi…
Construction workers told 22News that they are making steady progress on the resort, which is set to open in the fall of 2018.
The slots parlor, currently the state’s only legal gaming facility, is being fined for not complying with security staffing requirements.
MGM Springfield’s plan for market-rate apartments may be changing. The 22News I-Team reveals why their original plan may be scrapped.
3,000 jobs are up for grabs and on Thursday the gaming commission voted on MGM’s workforce development plan.
The Connecticut Senate approved a bill that would allow a casino in East Windsor, but House lawmakers aren’t thrilled with the bill.
The Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes want to build a casino in northern Connecticut to compete with MGM Springfield.
Topics include MGM quarterly report, Race Horse Development Fund, MGM Workforce Development Plan and the Massachusetts Casino Career Trainin…
MGM Springfield representatives say the casino is on track to meet their opening goal in 2018.
A big sign is in the works to attract customers to the casino.
The slots parlor off I-495 in Plainville generated $14,305,671.75 in gross gaming revenue in April from $174,811,169.76 in wagers.
This crane used for the parking garage is expected to be taken apart next week.