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The Daily Record News Quiz: August 22 – 26

Have you been keeping up with The Daily Record’s news this week? Take our 10-question weekly news quiz in this fun, interactive feature. Leave a comment below and tell us how many questions you got right!

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With exceptions, engineers find quake didn’t do much damage (access required)

The earthquake shook M&T Bank Stadium just before 2 p.m. Tuesday, and by that night Rafael Sabelli was in the air, on a red eye flight from San Francisco to Baltimore. With a thick stack of schematics under his arm, ...

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Structural engineers examine M&T Bank Stadium for quake damage (access required)

Structural engineers — including a seismic expert from San Francisco — inspected M&T Bank Stadium Wednesday morning looking for any damage that Tuesday's earthquake may have caused. The Daily Record was with them as they examined the concrete, steel, brick and other parts of the structure, ensuring it was safe for fans at Thursday night's Ravens game vs. the Washington Redskins.

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New financial incentives offered for Baltimore gaming license (access required)

Baltimore City offered would-be casino developers new financial incentives to bid on the city’s lone gaming license on Wednesday. The changes approved by the Board of Estimates include the diversion of up to $6 million in slot machine tax revenue ...

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Turner teams up with MGM to pursue city slots license (access required)

Developer Patrick Turner is working with mega resort and casino company MGM to win the Baltimore gaming license and build a slots parlor south of M&T Bank Stadium. Turner and another partner, Jim Seay, confirmed their interest in a written ...

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Baltimore casino bid deadline extended two months (access required)

ANNAPOLIS — Bids for the Baltimore City casino license will be due two months later than planned in order to give the state has more time to review questions raised about the project and a federal reverse discrimination lawsuit filed ...

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Top 5: ‘Six vacant homes went up in flames’ (access required)

The Baltimore Ravens announced this week that they wouldn’t be holding their training camp at McDaniel College, and the Baltimore Development Corp., along with the city’s law department and Gateway South LLC, an agreement that would allow for a slots ...

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