Pennsylvania’s Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, in Fayette County, was awarded the commonwealth’s second Category 3 gaming license last week. Under the license, the 335-room resort can install and operate up to 600 slot machines. The resort also will have the opportunity to petition the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board for a table games license, should there be interest following public hearings. Resort officials plan to remodel an existing facility on-site and rename it the Lady Luck Casino, which will be open to the public in six to nine months. Nemacolin Woodlands Resort also offers 31,000 square feet of meeting and banquet facilities, golf, cross-country skiing, an antique car museum, a spa and fitness center, equestrian facilities and 14 retail outlets.