The Maryland Racing Commission has approved the Stronach Group’s purchase of Rosecroft Raceway in Prince George’s County. The Baltimore Sun reports the commission voted unanimously on Tuesday to approve the sale. With the purchase from Penn National Gaming, Stronach will add ...Read More »
The chairman of the commission that will award a casino license for a site in Prince George’s County said a proposal by Penn National Gaming Inc. to share hundreds of millions of dollars in profits with the community if it’s built at Rosecroft Raceway raises a number of unanswered questions.Read More »
State regulators still expect to award a casino license to one of three applicants to operate a casino in Prince George's County, and the schedule for that process is starting to materialize.
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The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission plans to take a closer look at Penn National Gaming Inc.'s plan to split into two companies.
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Penn National Gaming Inc. entered a bid Friday to build a $700 million casino at Rosecroft Raceway, setting up a battle with MGM Resorts International Inc., which hand-delivered its bid to state officials on Thursday.Read More »
The Pennsylvania gambling company that spent more than $40 million to prevent a massive gambling expansion in Maryland plans to bid on the Prince George's County casino license that was part of that expansion.Read More »
Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III should not have publicly endorsed National Harbor as the future site of a Prince George’s County casino, the presiding officer of the state Senate said Thursday. Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller ...Read More »