In June, Cordish Cos. President Joseph Weinberg likened the construction of a casino at National Harbor to a threat of war against Virginia, just a short drive across the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Fissures may be developing in the previously united Baltimore delegation to the House of Delegates, whose chairman said last month that city lawmakers would stand together to oppose expanded gambling unless Baltimore receives a legislative goody bag. Del. ...
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The Daily Record, in partnership with the Greater Baltimore Committee, hosted the Insider's Access event at the Maryland Live casino on July 10. The event is an opportunity for young professionals to network and is hosted regularly in various local businesses.Read More »
With a crowd blockading the entrance to the Maryland Live! casino at Arundel Mills mall just before 9:30 p.m. and a ribbon cutting ceremony winding down, casino officials opened the doors to the general public about a half-hour early. And ...
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Advocates for a National Harbor casino said the state wouldn’t be able to lower taxes enough for a billion-dollar facility to be built on the Potomac shore. Andrew Moody, principal of Business Research & Economic Advisors, said a $750 million ...Read More »