Over 10,000 people showed up for the grand opening of the Maryland Live! casino on Wednesday night. With over 3,000 games, it was the largest casino opening in the history of the country. The Cordish Cos. chairman and president are both optimistic about the casino's future.Read More »
The jam-packed Arundel Mills commercial district could become even denser in the next several years, depending on the success of the Maryland Live! casino, which opens Wednesday night. With more than 1,400 hotel rooms ready to be booked within one ...
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ANNAPOLIS — The fate of Maryland’s gambling industry appears to rest with a soon-to-be completed PricewaterhouseCoopers study, which will examine the viability of building a Prince George’s County casino and adding table games to all slot parlors in the state. ...Read More »
Doug Bither looks forward to the jobs that will be created when the 330,000-square-foot Maryland Live! casino opens here, adjacent to the Arundel Mills mall. But Bither isn’t talking about the 1,500 employees who will be hired by the casino, ...Read More »
David Cordish is quick to tell you that, when it opens on June 6, his Maryland Live! casino in Hanover will have more slot machines than any casino in Las Vegas or Atlantic City. With 3,250 machines, it will be ...
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ANNAPOLIS — Expanding gambling in Maryland won’t be discussed during next week’s special session of the General Assembly, but the issue is far from dead. Gov. Martin O’Malley said Wednesday that he will ask Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller ...Read More »
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The nation’s commercial casinos continued their slow-but-steady comeback from the recession last year, with revenues up 3 percent nationwide and jobs holding nearly steady, according to a report released Wednesday. The American Gaming Association’s annual report ...Read More »
CUMBERLAND — The Allegany County Commissioners and a casino developer have struck a deal removing a hurdle to slot-machine gambling at the Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort. The Cumberland Times-News reports that Evitts Resort LLC would pay the county ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland General Assembly’s 2012 regular session staggered to a contentious close at midnight Monday with a “doomsday budget” in place that would have to be balanced with more than $500 million in spending cuts. Caught behind the ...
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ANNAPOLIS — A proposed Prince George’s County casino and the legalization of table games in Maryland appear to be in jeopardy, as the leadership of a House of Delegates panel said Tuesday that legislation authorizing both measures is in need ...Read More »