Casino at Ocean Downs will open Tuesday morning after winning approval from the state, making the Worcester County slots parlor the second in Maryland. The casino’s gaming license was signed Thursday night following a successful test run at the casino ...Read More »
Maryland can’t get its slot machines in fast enough. Pennsylvania, it seems, has the opposite problem. The owners of Mount Airy Casino Resort have won approval from state regulators to actually reduce the number of slot machines by 150, to ...Read More »
Sixteen important figures in Maryland came to The Daily Record's offices to talk with reporters and editors this year: We called them Maryland's Newsmakers. From Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, to Cordish Cos. President David Cordish, to former Baltimore City Mayor Sheila Dixon, each answered questions about their careers and influence in the state.
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Two years since the approval of slot machines in Maryland, the state's first slot casino will open for business: The Hollywood Casino Perryville. A week before its official opening on Sept. 30, Martino and the Maryland State Lottery Agency will host an invite-only test run at the casino to test its facilities.Read More »
Stephen Martino will set foot in the state’s first working casino on Saturday, leaving behind for a few hours all the distractions the last five months have brought the new head of Maryland’s State Lottery Agency. He has overseen a ...Read More »