The town of Perryville is checking into its legal options after nearly six months of waiting for a portion of the $3.5 million Cecil County has received from Maryland slots revenue. Cecil County officials have told Mayor James Eberhardt that ...Read More »
Maryland’s top court has held that a defendant’s testimony of his pre-arrest intentions to cooperate with police did not “open the door” enough to allow prosecutors to question him about his post-arrest, post-Miranda silence. Monday’s opinion from the Court of ...Read More »
Maryland saw its first decline in slots revenue in 2011 after its two casinos brought in $266,537 less in May than in April. The casinos brought in $13.2 million in revenue last month, the Maryland State Lottery Agency announced Monday. ...Read More »
Maryland’s two casinos brought in $13.5 million in revenue in April, the Maryland State Lottery Agency announced Tuesday. Hollywood Casino Perryville generated more than $10 million, or an average of $223.38 for each of the 1,500 machines at the Cecil ...
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The town of Perryville still hasn’t seen any revenue from Hollywood Casino Perryville, and Mayor James L. Eberhardt is getting a little impatient. Cecil County officials have told Eberhardt that the town must wait for the approximately $680,000 it’s owed ...Read More »
Hollywood Casino Perryville has made $35.3 million since its September opening, but the town of Perryville itself hasn’t seen a dime. According to state law, 5.5 percent of the gross gaming revenues from Maryland’s casinos goes to local governments. But ...Read More »
Maryland can’t get its slot machines in fast enough. Pennsylvania, it seems, has the opposite problem. The owners of Mount Airy Casino Resort have won approval from state regulators to actually reduce the number of slot machines by 150, to ...Read More »
ELKTON — Almost every day of the school year, hundreds of spectators enjoy the work of Walter Price, probably without ever knowing it. That’s because whether they are taking in a Monday field hockey game, a Thursday lacrosse game or ...Read More »
Incumbent prosecutors in six contested races had a mixed day at the polls on Tuesday, with two Democrats losing their jobs to Republicans and one race that may not be decided for weeks. The toss-up is in Worcester County. Republican ...Read More »
Anne Arundel County’s top ballot question may have the monopoly on yard signs, media coverage and multi-million dollar budgets for television and radio advertising, but it isn’t the only “Question A” that Maryland’s voters will see Tuesday. Eight other counties ...
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