MGM would generate more state revenue than the rival proposals for a Parx or Hollywood casino.
The Anne Arundel County venue took in more than $50 million for the seventh consecutive month.
Hot roll continues for the state’s largest casino.
Ten years ago, Va.’s House of Delegates urged Maryland not to put slots on the Potomac River.
The Old Dominion is among 10 states that have yet to approve casinos — and the ranks are shrinking.
Historic preservationists have already heightened their fight, meeting with aides to federal lawmakers.
Utility clears state hurdle to put high-voltage line across America’s founding waterway.
Maryland’s casino boom has a human cost, anti-gambling advocate says
The monthly compliance summary of incidents and infractions at Maryland’s four casinos is a winning read.
Big revenue is projected from the Baltimore casino, with a Prince George’s license decision looming.
The casino has sixth consecutive months of clearing at least $50 million on its slot machines and table games.
Justices rule that state had no duty to warn students about ‘potential for criminal acts’ by a gunman in 2007.
The three firms vying for a coveted casino license in Prince George’s County make their formal pitches.
Penn National Gaming says it plans to distribute hundreds of millions to teachers and hospital if it wins the bid.
Two Prince George’s firefighters who nearly died in a burning house still want to battle blazes.
Bids by Greenwood Racing, MGM Resorts and Penn National Gaming to win the final license move forward.
The casino at Arundel Mills brought in $50.4 million in gross gambling revenue in September.
The fossil, discovered in Montana, will stay there until spring before coming to Museum of Natural History
The 220-room upscale casino resort in Allegany County opened three poker tables to the public Friday
Maryland regulators crack down on casinos for letting under-21 gamblers
get past security.
J. Freedom du Lac is an enterprise reporter for The Post, covering history, gambling, people and places. Previously, he served as the paper’s pop music critic. Freedom is his given middle name. He can be reached at email@example.com or (202) 334-5268.