State gaming officials say Maryland’s four casinos generated more than $65 million in revenue.
A Maryland casino will hold a job fair next week for soon-to-be laid-off workers at Atlantic City’s Atlantic Club Casino Hotel.
For players at some Maryland casinos, there’s never a last call for alcohol, as long as the games keep playing. The Washington Post reports that unlike other bars in the state, three of Maryland’s four casinos can serve alcohol around the clock.
A new casino is coming to National Harbor in Prince George’s County. The state gaming commission awarded the license to MGM Friday.
The Rocky Gap Casino near Cumberland says it has opened 5,000 square feet of new meeting space.
The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency announced Thursday that November 2013 revenue numbers for the state’s four casinos totaled $66,840,380.
There’s big money on the table. Maryland casinos continue bringing in millions in state revenue.
MGM’s proposed $925 million resort that it would build to house a casino in Prince George’s County would feature a 300-suite hotel, 3,600 slots, 140 table games and seven restaurants.
The Casino at Ocean Downs says it will set up 10 table games in a recently approved addition.
Major traffic delays could be coming to downtown. This week a monthlong closure begins on Russell Street, the main artery into the city from 295.
A Maryland panel has found that three applicants are suitable to pursue a license to open a casino near the nation’s capital.
Maryland’s four casinos generated $65.3 million in total revenue for the month of September.