Maryland's casinos generated $42.9 million in September, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency announced Friday, the lowest monthly revenue total since June.Read More »
A Baltimore City Council committee has approved Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s proposed property tax cut that would mostly be paid for with slots revenue. The plan approved Wednesday calls for a newly created homeowners tax credit program that Rawlings-Blake says would ...Read More »
The Daily Record has been tracking revenue income from Maryland’s first slots casino in Perryville since it opened a year ago on Sept. 27. A year later, it’s taken in more than $100 million in revenue — two-thirds of which ...Read More »
Fiscal 2012 started off well for Maryland’s two slots casinos. Click on the slot machine lever below to reveal how much of July’s revenue from the Hollywood Casino Perryville and Casino at Ocean Downs will go to the seven designated ...Read More »
A plan to reduce Baltimore’s homeowner property tax rate by 20 cents per $100 of assessed value by 2020 was unveiled by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Wednesday. The plan would use revenue from a yet-to-be-constructed slots parlor in the city to ...Read More »
Rosecroft Raceway to open this fall The Maryland Racing Commission voted Wednesday to allow harness racing to return to Rosecroft Raceway for 20 dates this fall. The approval was contingent on Penn National Gaming giving a letter of credit to its ...
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Revenue from Maryland’s two slots casinos was down in June for the second consecutive month. Click on the slot machine lever below to reveal how much of June’s revenue from the Hollywood Casino Perryville and Casino at Ocean Downs will ...Read More »
Revenue from Maryland’s two slots casinos was slightly down in May for the first time in several months. Click on the slot machine lever below to reveal how much of May’s revenue from the Hollywood Casino Perryville and Casino at ...Read More »
After our investigative series into East Baltimore’s redevelopment ran in The Daily Record last week, the story is still unfolding with City Council approving investigative hearings and other developments. Between January’s revenue numbers from Maryland’s casinos and Baltimore soon getting ...
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