Caesars Entertainment Corp. executives will meet with Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and members of the City Council Monday.Read More »
The assistant general manager of a Bossier City, La., casino will be the first general manager for Harrah’s Baltimore, the proposed gambling facility on Russell Street.Read More »
A Caesars Entertainment vice president said the company would not shift its attention to a potential site at National Harbor in Prince George’s County — so long as the company is awarded the video lottery terminal license to build and ...Read More »
A new Wegmans was announced for Owings Mills and a federal agency might hold up the Constellation/Exelon merger. Meanwhile, a legendary Baltimore Sun photographer’s prints are going to auction — much to his daughter’s chagrin — and plans for a ...
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Part of what drew Caesars Entertainment Corp. to Baltimore is their customers. Many of them are already here. The company’s “Total Rewards” loyalty program has more than 40 million members. About 1 million are in the Baltimore area. Caesars president, ...Read More »
The development group led by Caesars Entertainment Corp. touted its proposed 260,000-square foot casino on Russell Street as a “dramatic new gateway to downtown” Baltimore on Monday. The $310 million project, called Harrah’s Baltimore, would include 3,750 slot machines, a ...Read More »