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Greene Township is "dry," but has a location available with plenty of parking at the Chambersburg Mall. Mall General Manager Robert Woodring said on Friday, “At this time we have no comment on this.” A casino could be a catalyst for re-purposing the mall, according to L. Michael Ross, president of the Franklin County Area Development Corp. "I have not heard from Greenwood," Greene Township Supervisor Todd Burns said. "I really don’t know what it means at this point.  Seems they are more interested in Shippensburg." Greenwood representatives earlier this year toured potential building sites in Shippensburg Township, Cumberland County, but have not made further contact, according to Shippensburg Township Supervisor Steve Oldt. “Nothing has changed,” Oldt said.

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The New Jersey properties with active sports books as of Aug. 1 were: Bally’s, Borgata, Ocean Resort (formerly Revel), Meadowlands and Monmouth Park. Through July, Monmouth Park generated sports betting revenue of $3.1 million, tops in the state. Atlantic City has nine casinos, after Ocean Resort opened in late June and Hard Rock Atlantic City, formerly the Trump Taj Mahal, rebooted in late June as well. Thanks to sports betting and $25.9 million in internet gambling revenue, New Jersey’s Las Vegas-style casino gambling industry generated $302 million in winnings in July, up a whopping 12.8 percent year-over-year from $267.8 million. July was much-needed for the Garden State. Year-to-date gaming revenue of $1.56 billion is up 0.3 percent compared to the $1.55 billion generated during the first seven months of 2017. In other words, the state’s gambling industry is in the black now for 2018, in terms of revenue. Through July, winnings from the brick-and-mortar casino games such as blackjack and slot machines were down 1.9 percent to $1.38 billion. Internet gaming revenue of $165.4 million was up 16.5 percent year-over-year.

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