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Charles fraternal organization asked aldermen to consider permitting video gambling at their lodge, but aldermen quickly killed any discussion of the request Monday...Charles Moose Lodge cited ordinances in New Lenox and Evergreen Park as models for
Batavia aldermen, in an 8-2 vote at Tuesday's joint committee meeting, said they favored repealing a 2009 ban on video gambling. A formal ordinance will be presented at next Tuesday's committee meeting, and if approved then, would be voted on at the
With video gambling, Lake Zurich guarding against mini Las Vegas' Now that Lake Zurich officials are on board with video gambling, Mayor Thomas Poynton says he and other officials want to ensure the village doesn't develop a "mini Las Vegas"
Huisel asked the elected officials to consider having Gurnee reverse course and allow video gambling so the post can boost its revenue. "We're asking for the opportunity to keep our post alive," Huisel said. But Gurnee's six trustees and Kovarik
Lombard's ban on video gambling won't be going away anytime soon. Responding to feedback from residents, the village board on Thursday night decided to keep the ban, which was enacted more than four years ago. "The issue has been put to rest,"
Faced with declining membership and lack of new blood, some veterans' organizations are pegging their survival on video gambling. A few, particularly those that installed the machines right after they were legalized in Illinois, are seeing profits. "
The Lombard village board will continue discussions Thursday night about the possibility of lifting a ban on video gambling. At 6 p.m., prior to the start of the regular village board meeting, a special workshop will be held at village hall to
South Carolina's longest-serving sheriff has been indicted on bribery charges, according to federal prosecutors, making him the eighth sheriff in the state to face criminal charges or investigations in the past four years...Attorney Bill Nettles said
The Homer Glen Village Board on Tuesday rejected plans for a coffee shop that wanted to come into town, acquire a liquor license and install video gambling machines. Trustees voted unanimously against a request from Java Jills, which planned to open
Batavia will reconsider its ban on video gambling, at the request of leaders of a Veterans of Foreign Wars post. Dale Richard, past commander of Overseas Post 1197, told the city council Monday the post is losing business at its bar and weekly bingo