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Monroe County (Pennsylvania)

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Top Monroe County (Pennsylvania) Articles

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  • DeNaples-linked auditor OK's for Mount Airy

    Seven weeks ago, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board's enforcement bureau deemed it a conflict for Mount Airy Casino Resort to hire the auditing firm that works for the Scranton area bank that embattled Louis DeNaples once chaired. On Thursday, the...
  • Report about embattled casino owner released to 2 lawmakers

    Before Mount Airy Casino Resort owner Louis DeNaples was awarded a slots license in 2006, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board said in a suitability report that he was thoroughly vetted by the board's investigators, who even contacted the state...
  • Mount Airy slots revenue sluggish

    Mount Airy Casino Resort's founder is facing felony charges of perjury, and the loans used to build the $415 million casino hotel are in technical default, but the casino's biggest problem may be that not nearly enough people are gambling there. More...
  • DeNaples demands reporters' records

    Lawyers for Mount Airy Casino Resort owner Louis DeNaples, in a hunt for the source of what they say were illegal leaks from a grand jury, are demanding that 15 reporters turn over not only their handwritten notes but also their personal cell phones and...
  • Gaming board chief quits, cites family issues

    The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board's first and only executive director resigned Thursday, citing personal reasons. Anne LaCour Neeb, 52, told the board she needs to return to her native Louisiana to address unspecified family issues. Her resignation...
  • High-tension battle brewing

    Some Pennsylvania politicians and Allentown energy company PPL Corp. have found themselves on opposing sides of a Washington, D.C., imbroglio over high-tension power lines. At issue is a controversial 2005 federal law that shifted final say over...
  • How accurate are gas pumps?

    I pulled into the Hess station on Chestnut Street near Emmaus the other day, prepared to kiss another $50 goodbye. I watched as the dollar digits rose and wondered, how do I know if I'm really getting $50 worth of gas? The disturbing reality is, it's...
  • Ready, set, gamble: Opening draws full house

    George Keifer hadn't been to Mount Airy resort since his honeymoon in 1965 and, as he recalls, he took full advantage of the heart-shaped bathtub, leaving his hotel room only to buy meals. Keifer, a retired dairy farmer from Lower Mount Bethel Township,...
  • DeNaples sought to shift casino assets to his children

    DeNaples sought to shift casino assets to his children
    Two months before Mount Airy Casino Resort owner Louis DeNaples was charged with perjury and his gaming license was suspended, he asked permission to hand the reins -- and finances -- of his slots parlor to family members. A grand jury was...
  • DeNaples apologizes for racial comment

    | Mount Airy Casino Resort owner Louis DeNaples apologized Friday for telling state gaming regulators, ''To me, black people all look alike.'' The comment, made during a closed-door meeting, became public Wednesday when DeNaples was charged with four...
  • Ex-college president takes reins of casino

    Former Shippensburg University President Anthony Ceddia will oversee Mount Airy Casino Resort until perjury charges against owner Louis DeNaples are resolved, state regulators ruled Tuesday. Ceddia, who led Shippensburg from 1981 to 2005, is expected...
  • DeNaples: Toss perjury charges

    Mount Airy Casino Resort owner Louis DeNaples asked Dauphin County Court on Wednesday to throw out his perjury charges and hand over documents from a grand jury that investigated whether he lied about ties to reputed mobsters. Among his requests, he...