BALTIMORE (AP) — The Horseshoe Casino Baltimore is scheduled to open, marking a new milestone in Maryland’s development of casino gambling. The casino set to open Tuesday is the fifth and last of the five…
Prince George\’s County officials voted 8-1 to approve the building plan for a $925 million casino near the nation\’s capital.
OXON HILL, Md. (AP) — MGM Resorts has chosen a Baltimore-based contractor to build its new casino resort at National Harbor in Prince George’s County. MGM announced Tuesday that it has chosen Whiting-Turner Contracting Co.…
Greenwood Racing Inc., one of three firms vying to build a
casino in Prince George\’s County, has paid $1.2 million for the
site of its planned casino-resort in Fort Washington while it
awaits a ruling by Maryland casino regulators.
Maryland casinos generated $66 million last month and the amount of cash dropped there may have to do with your ears.
Developers say a proposed casino and resort at National Harbor would create a striking new landmark along the Capital Beltway.
Thousands of people turned out to be the first players at the Maryland Live! casino\’s new 122 gaming tables.
Following the approval of Question 7 in Maryland
that allows an
$800 million luxury casino to likely be built at
District officials and business have been
wondering if they needed
to start pursuing a casino of their own.
Former Prince George\’s County Executive Wayne
plans on Wednesday to launch a new committee
supporting the passage
next month of Maryland\’s expanded gambling plan.
A study issued Wednesday says an expansion of
casino gambling in
Maryland will not produce the kind of revenue
supporters say it
The Maryland General Assembly has passed a measure
to allow a new casino in Prince George\’s County as
well as table games such as poker and roulette at
The House is scheduled to convene at 2 p.m.
Tuesday to consider allowing table games such as
blackjack at casinos, and to permit a new casino
site in Prince George\’s County.
Maryland legislators will meet in a special
session Thursday to debate Gov. Martin
O\’Malley\’s proposal to expand gambling to Prince
A workgroup has failed to reach a consensus on gambling expansion in Maryland, meaning there will be no special session on the issue, and a sixth casino will not be recommended for Prince George\’s County this year.