SugarHouse Casino executives and owners, along with several politicians, officially broke ground Tuesday on a long-planned $164 million expansion of the Fishtown property.
Penn National Gaming Inc. has dropped its bid to build a $480 million Hollywood casino in South Philadelphia, the Wyomissing, Pa., company said Friday.
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A bankruptcy judge in Philadelphia approved the liquidation plan of the partnership behind the failed Foxwoods Casino project in South Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania will hire outside counsel to defend a lawsuit by the former Foxwoods Casino partnership seeking the return of the group's $50 million casino license fee, according to a filing in bankruptcy court.
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Commonwealth Court on Monday dismissed a lawsuit by minority investors in SugarHouse Casino seeking to block the reissue of Philadelphia's second casino license.
SugarHouse Casino officials will again ask the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to approve a temporary poker room at the state agency's monthly meeting Wednesday.
The agenda for Wednesday's Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board meeting made no mention of a vote on Philadelphia's second casino license. That means there will be no decision this month, as had been held out as a possibility.
Penn National Gaming Inc. and the Cordish Cos., which are competing for Philadelphia's second casino license, said they joined forces to pursue a license in New York's Hudson Valley-Catskills region.