• Gamblers’ optimism? Casino money misses states’ expectations

    HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — For anyone betting on the Northeast’s casino bonanza, the odds are long on projects hitting financial expectations. In the last several states to open casinos — Ohio, Maryland and Pennsylvania —…

  • Baltimore casino scheduled to open

    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 Co. Council OKs casino plan

    Prince George\’s County officials voted 8-1 to approve the building plan for a $925 million casino near the nation\’s capital.

  • MGM picks Baltimore contractor for National Harbor

    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.…

  • Parx owner buys land for Prince George’s casino

    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.

  • The sound of winning can fool you

    Maryland casinos generated $66 million last month and the amount of cash dropped there may have to do with your ears.

  • Proposed casino would create ‘landmark’ along the Beltway

    Developers say a proposed casino and resort at National Harbor would create a striking new landmark along the Capital Beltway.

  • Maryland Live! launches table games (VIDEO)

    Thousands of people turned out to be the first players at the Maryland Live! casino\’s new 122 gaming tables.

  • After Question 7, does D.C. need a casino?

    Following the approval of Question 7 in Maryland
    that allows an
    $800 million luxury casino to likely be built at
    National Harbor,
    District officials and business have been
    wondering if they needed
    to start pursuing a casino of their own.

  • Wayne Curry launches pro-gambling panel

    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.

  • Study: Gaming expansion won’t bring promised revenue

    A study issued Wednesday says an expansion of
    casino gambling in
    Maryland will not produce the kind of revenue
    supporters say it

  • Md. General Assembly OKs gambling expansion bill

    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
    gambling complexes.

  • Md. House to vote on expanding gambling

    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.

  • Special session will tackle proposed casino expansion

    Maryland legislators will meet in a special
    session Thursday to debate Gov. Martin
    O\’Malley\’s proposal to expand gambling to Prince
    George\’s County.

  • Gambling panel fails to agree on expansion in Md.

    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.