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Sportech looking for new OTB sites in Bridgeport, two other cities

“It’s a matter of replacing these three locations with new places that fit the 21st century,” Taylor said, referring to the company’s locations in New Haven and Hartford. “Absolutely we think Bridgeport will be a part of that – we’ve been looking there for some time.”

Vaccinations, the economy and federal failures featured in NY State of...

https://youtu.be/WaCVETKTtf8 Progress made combating Covid-19 in New York, plans to beat down the virus in the future and sharp criticism of the Trump Administration were...

NBC Sports names PointsBet as exclusive sports betting partner

PointsBet will be the exclusive provider of odds, props and trends for NBCSN, Golf Channel and the Peacock streaming service.

Yonkers City Council urges state lawmakers to allow sports betting for...

The Yonkers City Council has passed a resolution urging the New York State Legislature and Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to allow sports betting at...

Will sports betting approval in Connecticut crap out?

“We’re just following multiple states in establishing some sports betting in our state," says Rep. Joseph Gresko (D-Stratford). "This way we keep that potential revenue here in the State of Connecticut.”

Lamont, tribes clash on sports betting; Bridgeport casino again in doubt

“Unfortunately, Governor Lamont appears to be saying that the state can either adopt his singular proposal on gaming, or do nothing at all,” Mohegan Chairman James Gessner said.

MGM Resorts International betting on a full casino license in Yonkers

Only after receiving a full commercial casino license could Empire City also be licensed for sports betting.

Resorts World Catskills, bet365 partner for sports betting

Empire Resorts said its 20-year deal with bet365 will position the Sullivan County casino as New York’s premier sports betting and online gaming option.

Ned Lamont: The FCBJ Interview, Part Two

“I’m willing to take the hit for every unpopular decision that needs to be made, and to share the credit whenever it deserves to be shared.”

Supreme Court strikes down ban on state-level sports betting

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act. In March, Democratic leaders in the Connecticut legislature anticipated the court's ruling when announcing plans to create a bill to bring sports betting to the state.