Revenue at a casino in Perryville dropped by about 32 percent in July compared with the same time last year, the Maryland Lottery announced Monday, and the casino has indicated it wants to cut the number of slot machines by about one-third because of increased competition.
The Maryland Lottery says the state’s two casinos have generated nearly $13 million in revenue in January.
Charles Brown Jr. had a 25-yard touchdown run and Deontay McManus added another 29-yard scamper to lead Dunbar to its second consecutive Class 1A state championship Saturday with a 32-11 victory over Perryville at M&T Bank Stadium.
Teams from Century, North County and Perryville compete.
Authorities say a Cecil County Sheriff’s deputy arrested a suspect in a bank robbery in Perryville.
The heated debate over proposed toll hikes continues — this time at public hearings to increase tolls.
Maryland’s second casino is opening.