Maryland has more mobile gaming licenses than applicants as a deadline draws near for those who want in on mobile sports betting in the state.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A Senate panel voted Monday to send the appointment of Maryland’s acting lottery director to the full Senate for a confirmation vote — more than 21 months after Gov. Larry Hogan appointed him to the job. The Senate ...Read More »
The chairwoman of the Senate Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee said Monday night that she plans speak out against Gov. Larry Hogan's pick to head the state lottery agency.Read More »
Gov. Larry Hogan's pick to run the state lottery commission will have to wait a bit longer for confirmation by the state Senate.
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ANNAPOLIS —A company already protesting the Maryland lottery’s recommendation on a $262 million contract has filed a second protest specifically aimed at the lottery director. IGT Global Solutions Corp., in a supplemental protest letter obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press, ...
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Visitors to Ocean City can still return from their vacations this summer stuffed with too much junk food and weighed down with too many prizes and tchotchkes won on the Boardwalk even as other amusement operators around the state live with ...Read More »
Six months after being named the director of the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, Gordon Medenica announced Thursday he is expanding his senior management team. The two newly created positions — chief operating officer and chief marketing officer — ...Read More »
Four of Maryland’s five casinos posted revenue gains of at least 5 percent in September. The figures, which were released Tuesday by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, reveal casino revenues totaled $87.4 million, an increase of $5 million ...Read More »