P.G. County Casino Bidder Projects Record Revenue Numbers

Representatives of the proposed Parx Casino in Prince George’s County say they expect the casino to bring in between $800 million to $1 billion in gaming revenue in its third year full year of operation.

Casinos Draw Business Away from Local Bingo

Casinos have drawn business away from bingo halls in Maryland.

National Harbor Business Owners Excited About Prospect of New Casino

Many National Harbor business owners there say a casino would make the area a more attractive destination, which will in turn bring them more business.

Question 7: What Does Expanded Gambling Mean for Marylanders?

How does Question 7 and the expansion of gambling in the state affect Marylanders?

Casino Companies Contribute Big Money

Casino companies spend big money to sway voters on Question 7, which would add table games statewide and allow for a casino in Prince George’s County

Casinos Spend $26.7 Million on Both Sides Md. of Gaming Referendum

The debate over expanding gaming in Maryland will ultimately be decided by the people, but to help them pick, casino companies on both sides have now contributed more than $26.7 million to campaigns for and against Question 7.

Baker Begins Push for National Harbor Casino in Prince George’s

Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker told a Senate committee Wednesday that a full-fledged casino at National Harbor is in the best interest of the county’s economic development.

Maryland Horse Racing’s Last Legs?

LAUREL, Md. – The smell of hay and horse is thick in the racing stalls at Laurel racetrack. Farriers are shoeing horses, groomers are preparing their thoroughbreds and the vet is making his rounds. All the activity starts long before…

After Three Years, Horse Racing Returns to Rosecroft

The Prince George’s County racetrack will play host to horse racing for the first time since 2008, but its owner is unsure how long races will last without slot machines.

State Lottery Agency Narrows Casino Proposals

The State Lottery Agency on Wednesday eliminated two out of the five proposals from companies vying to build slots casinos in Baltimore and the Rocky Gap Resort.