Gambling commissioner wants close look at Penn National’s corporate plans
The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission plans to take a closer look at Penn National Gaming Inc.'s plan to split into two companies.
Eye Opener: What the new gas tax will pay for
A few government and politics headlines for Friday:
Penn National plans to bid on Prince George’s casino
The Pennsylvania gambling company that spent more than $40 million to prevent a massive gambling expansion in Maryland plans to bid on the Prince George's County casino license that was part of that expansion.
Appeal of city casino licenses should be decided soon
An attorney in the Maryland Office of the Attorney General said Friday two appeals of a city casino license awarded to Caesars Entertainment Corp.-led CBAC Gaming LLC should be decided fairly quickly. ...
Senate passes bill to expand gaming, add casino
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Senate has passed legislation to legalize table games such as blackjack and roulette and cleared the way for a 4,750 slot-machine casino in Prince George’s County. The measure, which passed 35-11 Tuesday, is the most significant expansion to Maryland gambling since voters approved slot machines at five locations in 2008. The […]
Week in review: 8/5/11
Baltimore serves Restaurant Week Baltimore’s sixth annual Summer Restaurant Week begins Friday as restaurateurs try to entice diners to their businesses during what tends to be a slow month for them otherwise. Discounts on showcased meals through Aug. 14 are intended to bring in a new clientele, restaurateurs said. UB Law’s dean change The decision to […]