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  • Md. casino worker must return list of high rollers

    BALTIMORE (AP) — A federal judge says a former employee of the Maryland Live Casino in Hanover must return a list of high rollers she allegedly took when she left to work at the new Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore. The Daily Record (http://bit.ly/1p6JNls ) reported in its Tuesday edition that the U.S. District Court in…

  • 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 casinos initially planned when lawmakers approved slot machine gambling in a 2007 special session, a plan later approved by voters…

  • Public meetings set on charitable gaming in Va.

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Charitable gaming in Virginia will be the focus of a series of public meetings hosted by the state Office of Charitable and Regulatory Programs. Possible topics could include current regulatory practices and possible regulatory and legislative changes. The first meeting is scheduled Tuesday at the Virginia State Capitol Building in Richmond.…

  • 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.

  • Casino scheduled to open Aug. 26 in Baltimore

    BALTIMORE (AP) — The Horseshoe Casino Baltimore is scheduled to open in late August. Casino officials say the $442 million casino is scheduled to open on the night of Aug. 26, pending regulatory approval. The casino will feature 122,000 square feet of slot machines and table games like blackjack. It also will have two celebrity…

  • 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. as the lead contractor to oversee construction. The contractor will oversee the $1 billion project with dozens of subcontractors and…

  • Chantilly woman wins $3M in lottery, but there’s a twist

    Elden Market & Deli sold a $3 million Mega Millions ticket, but
    what Glinda Salgado, whose family owns the Herndon, Va. store, didn\’t know was
    that she bought the winning ticket.

  • Gambling addiction: Its powerful grip on some

    Recent high-profile incidents raise questions about problem gambling and its powerful grip on some people.

  • New Baltimore casino could squeeze revenues at Maryland Live!

    Maryland Live! Casino in Anne Arundel County has been Maryland\’s most successful casino. But a study finds that when a new Casino opens in Baltimore next year, revenues at Maryland Live! could drop.

  • Poker pros enjoy high stakes poker room at Md. Live

    Maryland Live designed the poker room for both professionals and amateurs. The casino offers both low-stakes and high-stakes cash games and tournaments.

  • 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.

  • Money spent gambling tax deductible – if you win

    You have to claim winnings on your taxes, but you can also claim those losses.

  • 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.