Baltimore praised as convention site The Americas Meeting and Events Exhibition drew more than 3,000 meeting and convention planners to the Baltimore Convention Center this week in what city officials called an opportunity to show the world “the new Baltimore” — ...Read More »
The developer pursuing the Baltimore city slots license through a series of court and administrative challenges filed another appeal Wednesday, sending the case to the state Court of Special Appeals. “When all of this litigation is over, we’re going to ...
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The Baltimore Development Corp., the Baltimore City Law Department and Gateway South LLC announced a $1.2 million settlement Tuesday that helps clear the way for a new slots facility near M&T Bank Stadium. The agreement confirms that Gateway South will ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A Maryland lottery official said Monday he believes the state is “well on track” to receive proposals to build a casino in Baltimore by a July 28 deadline. Robert Howells, procurement director for the Maryland State Lottery Agency, ...Read More »
The taxes are lower, the incentives are higher and more developers are interested this time around, but building a casino in Western Maryland remains a risky bet, would-be casino owners said. A state commission plans to try its luck again ...Read More »
Newly released figures show Atlantic City’s casinos shared the misery last month, with all 11 reporting revenue declines compared with May 2010. Their combined revenue fell more than 9 percent from a year ago to $290.6 million. The biggest loser ...Read More »
Everyman Theatre plans second act The Everyman Theatre held a groundbreaking Tuesday for its new West Side venue in Baltimore after more than four years of fundraising. Bank of America donated the West Fayette Street building, which opened in 1910 as ...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 »
Maryland saw its first decline in slots revenue in 2011 after its two casinos brought in $266,537 less in May than in April. The casinos brought in $13.2 million in revenue last month, the Maryland State Lottery Agency announced Monday. ...Read More »
A would-be casino developer spurned by the state said he is planning to file an appeal of a Baltimore judge’s ruling upholding the state’s rejection of his proposal to build a slots parlor in the city. Donald C. Fry, chairman ...
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