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(08/26)

The concourse at the Foxwoods Resort Casino features clothing, electronics, food and Native arts and crafts.

(08/21)

Standard & Poor's downgraded the tribe two levels in an August 18 report.

(08/18)

Connecticut's two federally recognized tribes saw another decline in slot machine revenues for the month of July 2014.

(08/12)

The Foxwoods Resort Casino refused to pay the winnings and return the money the gamblers deposited into their accounts.

(08/12)

Columnist accuses the Mohegan Tribe of violating Massachusetts gaming law by making campaign contributions.

(08/11)

Writer visits casinos owned by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe in Connecticut and tries to see who comes out on top.

(08/06)

Connecticut newspaper tries to look on the bright side when it comes to declining revenues at tribal gaming facilities.

(08/04)

Connecticut newspaper opposes federal recognition reforms to prevent more casinos from opening in the state.

(07/29)

Profits fell 37.7 percent and revenues fell 5.2 percent in the last quarter.

(07/23)

The tribe wants to build a $600 million commercial casino at the site of a former resort.

(07/16)

The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation saw a 13.1 percent drop while the Mohegan Tribe saw a 10.3 percent drop.

(07/15)

Two tribal members appear in Game of Crowns on the Bravo network.

(07/14)

Connecticut newspaper urges state to go 'all in' and support its tribal casino enterprises:

(07/11)

The agrees to pay $30 million upfront, a minimum of $18 million a year, plus $45 million for transportation and infrastructure projects.

(07/10)

The tribe is focusing its efforts on markets in the Northeast, an executive said.

(07/01)

The Seminole Tribe, the Chickasaw Nation and the Mohegan Tribe are in the race.

(06/30)

Tribe plans to build a $600 million at the site of a former resort in the Catskills.

(06/24)

Voters in Massachusetts will get their say on the state's gaming law this November.

(06/23)

The deadline to submit an application is June 30.

(06/18)

City had welcomed $750 million Foxwoods casino but is now open to other developers.

(06/17)

Pequots are the second to drop out due to competition from another bidder.

(06/17)

The Pequots saw a 9.3 percent decline while the Mohegans saw a drop of 5.8 percent.

(06/13)

Bureau of Indian Affairs continues to review land-into-trust application.

(06/11)

The tribe hasn't confirmed plans for a casino in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

(06/06)

Financing is a big issue amid intense competition in the Catskills region.

(06/03)

Mario C. Kontomerkos, Chief Financial Officer of the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, or the Authority, will present on behalf of the authority.

(06/02)

Management contract was due to run for seven years until a new deal entered the mix.

(05/30)

Paper adds more fuel to the fire by reporting that non-Indian developer is interested in partnering with the tribe.

(05/29)

Eyes are now focused on New Bedford despite previous announcement regarding Fall River.

(05/20)

The Mohegan Tribe, the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe are all pursuing casinos in the state.

(05/20)

Foxwoods Resort Casino already cut 125 dealer positions in March.

(05/16)

Wagering was also down 9 percent.

(05/15)

Foxwoods Resort Casino took in $39.8 million, down from $44.5 million a year ago.

(05/14)

The Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut has been ordered to pay $92,344 to a casino patron.

(05/13)

The New York Gaming Facility Location Board announced requirements for investments in commercial casino projects across the state.

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