A Maryland commission has approved a slot machine license for a casino at Rocky Gap State Park in western Maryland.
The chairman of a House subcommittee that considers Maryland gambling legislation says it is unclear if a last-minute bill that would expand gambling in the state will get a vote.
Maryland analysts have revised estimated slot machine revenues downward, because of the economy and increasing competition in neighboring states.
The Board of Public Works has approved upgrading the water treatment plant at Rocky Gap State Park supplies drinking water to the lodge.
The site development plan for Maryland’s largest slot machine parlor has received approval in Anne Arundel County.
A developer says a temporary casino with 2,000 slot machines and a limited-menu bar would be built on the ground floor of a parking garage next to a shopping mall.