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.
PlanPhilly: Could you see a Space Needle-like structure rising 615 feet from the ground in South Philadelphia? PHL Local Gaming says you will, if the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board grants the group the remaining Philadelphia casino license.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board on Tuesday launched a series of suitability hearings to further assess the five applicants vying for Philadelphia's sole remaining casino license.
Cartoonist Rob Tornoe's take on Philadelphia's six casino license applicants.
The Democrats running for district attorney in Philadelphia have been trying for months to nationalize the race, for attention and campaign cash. A billionaire last week may have just accomplished that for them.
WASHINGTON — House Republican leaders, speeding to put finishing touches on plans to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, are preparing to embrace...
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.
Slot machine revenue in Pennsylvania dropped 6 percent in June compared to figures posted last year. Overall gross slot machine revenue for the fiscal...
It has been a busy month for the folks at SugarHouse Casino. On New Year's Eve, the company brought 2014 in with a bang - literally - by bankrolling the fireworks on the Delaware River. The casino also sponsored the Mummers Parade.