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The Columbus Dispatch
Grove City eyes walkable, mixed-use development on Beulah Park sitefor its downtown.” Kelley’s firm took over in June when the Ciminello developm
Grove City eyes walkable, mixed-use development on Beulah Park site
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 4 days ago
for its downtown.” Kelley’s firm took over in June when the Ciminello development firm’s option to buy the property from Penn National Gaming Inc. expired. Kelley’s project will look much like Ciminello’s proposed project that contained two... Read more
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Lowell Sun
MGM steps up opposition to proposed tribal casino projectsuccessful in Connecticut, more residents will find themselves in the unemploym
MGM steps up opposition to proposed tribal casino project
Lowell Sun / Posted 19 days ago
successful in Connecticut, more residents will find themselves in the unemployment line." In 2012, MGM and competitor Penn National Gaming Inc. each spent tens of millions of dollars in an advertising battle over a gambling expansion ballot... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
MGM steps up opposition to proposed tribal casino projectsuccessful in Connecticut, more residents will find themselves in the unemploym
MGM steps up opposition to proposed tribal casino project
WWLP Springfield / Posted 19 days ago
successful in Connecticut, more residents will find themselves in the unemployment line.” In 2012, MGM and competitor Penn National Gaming Inc. each spent tens of millions of dollars in an advertising battle over a gambling expansion ballot... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
MGM steps up opposition to proposed tribal casino projectsuccessful in Connecticut, more residents will find themselves in the unemploym
MGM steps up opposition to proposed tribal casino project
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 19 days ago
successful in Connecticut, more residents will find themselves in the unemployment line." In 2012, MGM and competitor Penn National Gaming Inc. each spent tens of millions of dollars in an advertising battle over a gambling expansion ballot... Read more
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Hartford Courant
MGM Steps Up Opposition To Proposed Tribal Casino Projectsuccessful in Connecticut, more residents will find themselves in the unemploym
MGM Steps Up Opposition To Proposed Tribal Casino Project
Hartford Courant / Posted 19 days ago
successful in Connecticut, more residents will find themselves in the unemployment line." In 2012, MGM and competitor Penn National Gaming Inc. each spent tens of millions of dollars in an advertising battle over a gambling expansion ballot... Read more
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The Middletown Press
MGM steps up opposition to proposed tribal casino projectsuccessful in Connecticut, more residents will find themselves in the unemploym
MGM steps up opposition to proposed tribal casino project
The Middletown Press / Posted 19 days ago
successful in Connecticut, more residents will find themselves in the unemployment line.” In 2012, MGM and competitor Penn National Gaming Inc. each spent tens of millions of dollars in an advertising battle over a gambling expansion ballot... Read more
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Island Packet
MGM steps up opposition to proposed tribal casino projectsuccessful in Connecticut, more residents will find themselves in the unemploym
MGM steps up opposition to proposed tribal casino project
Island Packet / Posted 19 days ago
successful in Connecticut, more residents will find themselves in the unemployment line." In 2012, MGM and competitor Penn National Gaming Inc. each spent tens of millions of dollars in an advertising battle over a gambling expansion ballot... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Austintown racino rakes in more revenue in June over 2015to $273 from $294 the same month in 2015 but down from $291 in May. Of the net
Austintown racino rakes in more revenue in June over 2015
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
to $273 from $294 the same month in 2015 but down from $291 in May. Of the net winnings in June, $5.05 million went to Penn National Gaming Inc., the Wyomissing, Pa., company that operates the Austintown racino; $2.55 million went to the state... Read more

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