PHOTOS: New Live! Casino Hotel’s new recruitment center
Live! Casino Hotel’s recruitment center is in Arundel Mills Mall. The recruitment center is open 7 days a week and hosting weekly job fairs now scheduled through April 19th. Specific hours and times can be found on their website at Marylandlivecasino.com.
Lawsuit: Security guards chased accused shoplifter to death in Md.
The family of a suspected shoplifter who drowned after running from Arundel Mills mall security officers is suing the shopping center’s security staff for allegedly chasing him to his death. The Capital reports Tavon Talley’s family filed the lawsuit against Valor Security Services and Mydatt Services in Baltimore City Circuit Court in February. The lawsuit […]
With debut of table games, a record month for Md. casinos
With dice rolling and cards being shuffled for the first time at Maryland’s largest commercial casino, statewide gambling revenue ticked up to $59 million in April, a new record that may also have indicated the evolving market has started to settle.
Maryland Live ready to roll dice at midnight
Maryland Live Casino at Arundel Mills mall will hold a ceremonial first roll of the dice at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, celebrating the start of table game play at the state's largest commercial gambling facility.
Casino table games could be ready in early March
Gamblers could begin playing poker or blackjack in one Maryland casino as soon as March.
Maryland casino revenue bounces back in November
Maryland’s three casinos combined to generate $43.1 million in November, the largest amount since August, despite a deepening slump at the state’s first commercial casino in Cecil County.
A day to play slots and ‘forget about what happened’
Jim and Karen Arnaiz were feeling pretty lucky Tuesday after waking up to find no serious property damage after the former Hurricane Sandy blew through Maryland overnight. So, they went to the casino.
Tax cut for casinos would shrink education fund revenue
A decision Tuesday by a House of Delegates committee to further cut taxes on two Maryland casino owners would leave the state with $32 million less by fiscal 2017 when compared to the bill that passed the Senate.
Maryland Live owner warns state leaders of ‘oversaturation’
While officials representing potential National Harbor casino developer MGM Resorts International Inc. wore smiles behind Gov. Martin O’Malley as he announced a special legislative session on gambling, the operator of Maryland’s largest casino fumed.
O’Malley calls for gambling special session Aug. 9
Gov. Martin O’Malley, saying he wants to remove what has become a major roadblock to progress in the State House, announced Friday that a special session of the General Assembly will be held Aug. 9 to discuss expanding the state’s casino gambling program.
Maryland Live construction is ahead of schedule
About 500 slot machines are being installed at the Maryland Live casino at Arundel Mills mall this week, as the state's largest facility prepares to open the next segment of what will ultimately be the casino with the third-most slots in the nation.
Eye Opener: State’s third casino opens
If you didn’t watch television news, follow Twitter or sit in traffic on Route 100 last night, you may have missed the opening Maryland Live! and Arundel Mills mall, the state’s third — and largest — slots casino. The Daily Record set the scene in the Maryland Business blog, if you didn’t see it for […]