KENO

Nearly two years after Keno received a sound defeat in Concord, the New Hampshire Lottery Commission is hoping the Capital City will give the game...

Keno got a chance to move closer to its kindergarten-funding goals during Tuesday’s town elections when 34 towns were deciding whether to allow the...

Bob Cavanaugh doesn’t mind the idea of his pub becoming a destination for people who want to play keno.Cavanaugh, owner of Kimball’s Cav’ern in...

Close to 80 towns will be voting on the gambling game keno in March, a spokesperson for the New Hampshire Lottery Commission said. Towns had a Jan....

At 11:05 a.m. Friday, the owner of an empty Franklin pizza place, still prepping for the upcoming lunch crowd, looked up at a wide-screen TV and...

Concord voters will have a chance Tuesday to make the biggest gambling-related change the city has seen in years, deciding whether keno should come...

Concord voters will decide in November whether a state-run lottery game called keno should be played in restaurants and bars in their city.City...

New Hampshire cities take up keno questions

8/11/17

The Nov. 7 election may be months away, but cities around the state are already feeling the time crunch when it comes to keno.Franklin came out of...

The calls come in when Ed Talbot is counseling clients, driving back to his Madison home or browsing the produce aisle at the grocery store.The...

The owner shouted across the bar, to one of his regulars sitting in front of a television screen showing lots of numbers.“This guy wants to know if...



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