• All 5 of Maryland’s casinos report revenue gains in October

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency announced that all five Maryland casinos reported revenue gains in October. The agency announced Thursday that state casinos generated an estimated total of $94.7 million last…

  • Virginia’s Pamunkey Indian Tribe granted federal recognition

    NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — The Department of Interior granted federal recognition to a Virginia Indian tribe for the first time on Thursday, more than 400 years after the first permanent English settlers encountered those Indians.…

  • Maryland Live remains strong player among fierce casino competition

    By Sissi Cao Capital News Service COLLEGE PARK — Maryland’s casino industry has been growing at a double-digit pace since casino table gaming was legalized in 2012. But for casino operators, surviving and prospering becomes…

  • Nevada casino, tavern owner to merge with Minnesota company

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — The owner of three Pahrump, Nevada casinos west of Las Vegas and 48 taverns across the state says it plans to merge with a Minnesota-based casino company. Sartini Gaming Inc. which…

  • Maryland casino revenue drops in January

    Maryland casino revenue decreased 2 percent in
    January, with
    Hollywood Casino Perryville figures continuing to

  • Gambling goes 24/7 at Maryland Live!

    Maryland\’s incursion into the world of legalized
    gambling is likely to bring the state millions of
    dollars in tax revenues, but industry experts
    predict the decision to allow table games will
    continue a decades-long tradition of states
    cannibalizing one another\’s markets for personal

  • Casino hiring in wake of gaming expansion approval

    Maryland voters have agreed to let the state\’s casinos offer tables games and the largest Maryland Live! plans to hire 1,200 workers to staff the tables.