Officials with Horseshoe Baltimore Casino gave the public a walking tour of the site Wednesday. The $442 million casino is scheduled to open next summer with 2,500 slot machines, 100 table games and a 25-table poker room. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)
The Casino at Ocean Downs said it received approval from the Worcester County Planning Commission to construct a 35,000-square-foot expansion plus a back-of-house mezzanine adjacent to the casino and the Ocean Downs Racetrack.
Maryland Live Casino's 52-table poker room opened just before noon on Wednesday with more than 150 people waiting in line to gamble.
Maryland gambling regulators on Wednesday approved Maryland Live Casino at Arundel Mills mall's application to open a poker room, just hours before the Cordish Cos. casino plans to hold opening ceremonies.
When Maryland Live Casino at Arundel Mills mall and Hollywood Casino Perryville were ready to shed slot machines from overcrowded gambling floors, they ran up against some resistance from Maryland's gambling regulators.
A marketing agency for Atlantic City will descend on Baltimore next week in an attempt to get Maryland residents to forgo Ocean City and Maryland Live and instead take a trip to New Jersey.
Maryland’s casinos are expected to significantly outpace revenue projections this fiscal year, the state’s top gambling official said Thursday.
The general manager of Maryland’s first casino is leaving next month for another Penn National Gaming Inc. facility near Harrisburg, Pa.
A groundbreaking ceremony will be held at the future site of Horseshoe Baltimore on Wednesday, officially starting construction of Maryland’s fifth casino.
MEDO Executive Director Robert C. Brennan spoke with The Daily Record at length this week about the lodge, a project that he said failed as a hotel, conference center and golf resort but succeeded from an economic development perspective, driving some tourism to Allegany County.
To hear one lifelong resident tell the story, most folks around here knew right away that Rocky Gap Lodge & Golf Resort was doomed.
With dice rolling and cards being shuffled for the first time at Maryland’s largest commercial casino, statewide gambling revenue ticked up to $59 million in April, a new record that may also have indicated the evolving market has started to settle.