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 »
The taxes are lower, the incentives are higher and more developers are interested this time around, but building a casino in Western Maryland remains a risky bet, would-be casino owners said. A state commission plans to try its luck again ...Read More »
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — A proposal to add two new casinos in Delaware could force one of the three existing casinos in the state to close, said the head of a racetrack casino. Speaking at a regional casino conference in ...Read More »
The right to build what would be Maryland’s second-largest casino has sparked interest in diverse gaming companies across the United States and Canada. Those that have taken steps to pursue the sole gaming license in Baltimore include a company owned ...
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Revenue from Maryland’s two slots casinos was up for the fourth straight month in April. Click on the slot machine lever below to reveal how much of April’s revenue from the Hollywood Casino Perryville and Casino at Ocean Downs will ...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 is still waiting for any revenue from Hollywood Casino Perryville seven months after it opened and Mayor James L. Eberhardt is asking for help. Cecil County officials have told Eberhardt repeatedly that the town must wait ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS – The General Assembly is scheduled to approve legislation Thursday that would require Maryland’s casino owners to play nice as the state struggles to get its nascent gaming industry up and running. The House of Delegates gave preliminary approval ...Read More »
Revenue from Maryland’s two slots casinos was up for the third straight month in March. Click on the slot machine lever below to reveal how much of March’s revenue from the Hollywood Casino Perryville and Casino at Ocean Downs will ...Read More »
The state’s two casinos generated nearly $13.1 million in revenue in March, the Maryland Lottery Agency announced Tuesday. Hollywood Casino Perryville generated more than $9.83 million, or an average of $211.50 for each of the 1,500 machines at the Cecil ...Read More »