Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is helping to celebrate a milestone with the MGM National Harbor resort and casino.
Breaking the bank. New numbers released on the state’s five casinos show some improvement in the last year when it comes to revenue.
The latest numbers are in for Maryland casinos.
The state’s two largest casinos have been granted permission to switch out some slots for table games.
It’s a disappointing end to the year for Maryland’s casinos. With revenues down, the portion that goes to local communities has also shrunk.
Maryland’s five casinos raked in more than $86 million last month, but that figure is down by 3 percent from the same month last year.
The agency that oversees Maryland’s casinos is considering eliminating a program that allows gambling addicts to sign up for a lifetime ban from casinos.
Maryland casinos are celebrating a record-breaking month, thanks to a boost in business from Baltimore’s new casino.
Maryland officials say the state’s four casinos brought in more than $72 million in revenue last month.
For years before slots were approved at Ocean Downs, Ocean City business owners spoke out against the establishment of a casino so close to their resort town.
A Maryland audit on minority business participation at casinos has found that data is incomplete.
Maryland casinos bring in the dough. Gamblers generated $65 million in September, $19 million more than September a year ago.