His case has gotten national attention. Baltimore cardiologist Dr. Mark Midei is accused of performing unnecessary stent procedures. Midei is facing lawsuits from hundreds of former patients.
Casinos are not like Starbucks stores: you really can’t have one on every corner.
Tanger Outlets is nearing completion of a $3 million cosmetic renovation project at the Ocean City Factory Outlets.
Maryland’s largest casino is almost ready to open, and now work begins to handle the increased traffic it will bring to the Arundel Mills area.
The captain and lieutenant who oversee the Anne Arundel County Police Department’s gambling investigations have side jobs as security guards for the developer building the casino at Arundel Mills, according to documents obtained by The Capital.
The Cordish Cos. is asking for $3 million in rent cuts at two city-owned properties in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Power Plant complex in exchange for improvements of between $6 million and $9 million.
Another investment in downtown Baltimore. The Cordish Company is re-launching Power Plant Live!
What had been the latest roadblock to slots at Arundel Mills may turn out to be the last. A settlement has kicked it out of court.
The developer who won the battle to get slots at Arundel Mills is suing the owners of Pimlico and the Preakness for, among other things, trying to block slots at the mall.
The site development plan for Maryland’s largest slot machine parlor has received approval in Anne Arundel County.
Baltimore’s Power Plant Live, an entertainment area one block north of the Inner Harbor, is getting a makeover.
This time next year, there will be an added attraction at Arundel Mills Mall: slots.