Breaking the bank. New numbers released on the state’s five casinos show some improvement in the last year when it comes to revenue.
Outrage at a Maryland casino. A mother claims she was kicked out of Ocean Downs for breastfeeding her seven-week-old baby. Her story is going viral online.
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.
There’s big money on the table. Maryland casinos continue bringing in millions in state revenue.
The Casino at Ocean Downs says it will set up 10 table games in a recently approved addition.
State officials say Maryland’s four casinos generated $71 million in revenue in August, nearly three-quarters of it from the state’s largest casino, Maryland Live!
Gamblers will soon be able to try their luck at the Casino at Ocean Downs around the clock every day.
Maryland’s three casinos pulled in approximately $59 million in April.
Worcester County is planning a trolley service to transport visitors, residents and workers to areas outside Ocean City, including to the Casino at Ocean Downs.
Gaming officials say Maryland’s three casinos generated more than $45 million in revenue in December.
The Maryland Lottery says the state’s two casinos have generated nearly $13 million in revenue in January.
The Maryland Racing Commission said this week it will create rules for how it’s going to split up money from the state’s casinos that is ticketed for Maryland’s two harness racetracks.