Maryland Live Casino
Escape Baltimore this holiday season: Go skiing in the Tuscarora Mountains of southcentral Pennsylvania, visit Harpers Valley, W.Va., beat the winter blues in the bright lights of a Maryland casino, or enjoy the culture and history of Washington, D.C. Nothing beats the best holiday escapes in the area this year.
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Voting machines have barely cooled down, and now table games are heating up. Following voter approval, the first roll out of games like blackjack and roulette were announced at the Maryland Live! Casino at Arundel Mills. The casino now needs to find hundreds of new workers.
The chairman of the Cordish Cos. says he’s considering building a hotel with conference facilities next to the Maryland Live! casino in Anne Arundel County.
Anne Arundel County officers say they’ve arrested a man who took a woman’s keys from a casino, and then used the keys to steal her vehicle and burglarize her home.
Maryland Lottery has approved the use of 531 additional slot machines at Maryland Live! Casino. The slot machines include several electronic table games and will be operational starting Thursday night.
The early numbers at Maryland Live! Casino have been impressive. They’re bringing in more than $1 million a day in gaming revenue.
Drivers near Arundel Mills may notice something different. A major interchange gets a makeover, and it’s something Maryland drivers haven’t seen before.
In its second day of business, Maryland Live! is drawing in tons of gamblers and tons of money. The casino is expected to generate millions of dollars for the state.
Doug Bither looks forward to the jobs that will be created when the 330,000-square-foot Maryland Live! casino opens adjacent to the Arundel Mills mall.
Harford County Executive David Craig has asked a state panel to consider the county as a casino site.
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.