• December 07 2018,  Everett

    Mayor: Mohegan Sun not welcome in Everett

    By Brendan Clogston   Mohegan Sun is willing to step in should Wynn Resorts be found unsuitable for a Massachusetts gaming license later this month, but they might not be welcome in the city, according to Mayor Carlo DeMaria. Mohegan Sun announced last week that it would be willing to buy Wynn’s Encore Boston Harbor property should the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) strip the company’s license. “If that determination finds Wynn Resorts unsuitable to hold a gaming license in Massachusetts, Mohegan Sun is prepared to participate in a process that would assign that license to another operator – and enter into negotiations with the appropriate parties to acquire the facility…

  • Everett,  June 1 2018

    Mohegan Sun files revised lawsuit against Encore casino

    By Brendan Clogston   Mohegan Sun is taking another shot at Encore Boston Harbor’s casino license, amending its 2015 legal complaint with Suffolk Superior Court – arguing that the Gaming Commission favored Wynn Resorts and didn’t give the Connecticut casino a fair shot at the license. Mohegan Sun’s amendment alleges that revelations of sexual misconduct regarding Steve Wynn, the founder of Encore Boston Harbor’s parent company, reveal an oversight on the part of the gaming commission large enough to invalidate the casino license awarded to Wynn Resorts over a rival Mohegan Sun proposal in Revere in 2014. “The Gaming Commission’s failure to uncover the allegations of Steve Wynn’s reprehensible conduct…