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  • Beating down the wall for poker

    Beating down the wall for poker
    Maryland Live Casino officials pounded through a wall near the facility's high-stakes slots and table games rooms Thursday, revealing the construction going on inside a 14,800-square-foot addition that will open next month with 52 poker tables. The...
  • Possibility of Baltimore Sun sale brings interest from investors

    Possibility of Baltimore Sun sale brings interest from investors
    The possibility that the Tribune Co. will sell its newspapers after an imminent exit from bankruptcy has set off a new round of speculation about The Baltimore Sun's future ownership — along with expressions of interest from potential buyers....
  • Cordish can resume construction on Arundel Mills slots parlor

    Cordish can resume construction on Arundel Mills slots parlor
    The Cordish Cos. can resume work on what is expected to be the state's most lucrative slots parlor at Arundel Mills mall, after opponents withdrew a legal challenge that has delayed the project for several weeks. Opponents said the developer's promises...
  • No building slowdown on campus

    No building slowdown on campus
    Johns Hopkins is building a 45,000-square-foot addition to its centerpiece Milton S. Eisenhower Library. Loyola University Maryland is putting the finishing touches on new teaching and research laboratories at the Donnelly Science Center. And at the...
  • Restaurant, bar added to Power Plant Live upgrade

    Pizza restaurant Joe Squared and Leinenkugel's Beer Hall will become the latest additions to Power Plant Live's $10 million upgrade, officials announced Wednesday. The downtown entertainment hub, which is in the middle of a multimillion-dollar upgrade,...
  • Will the promise of Baltimore slots be fulfilled this time?

    Will the promise of Baltimore slots be fulfilled this time?
    If we've learned anything so far in the effort to bring slot machine gambling to Maryland — and especially to downtown Baltimore — it's not to get too excited by early promises and glitzy artist's renderings. The gap between promise and...
  • Cordish gets initial approval for building Arundel Mills slots

    Cordish gets initial approval for building Arundel Mills slots
    Baltimore-based Cordish Cos. has received initial approval from Anne Arundel County to build what is expected to be the state's most lucrative slots parlor at Arundel Mills mall. The Anne Arundel County Department of Planning and Zoning has approved...
  • Maryland Jockey Club cut losses in 2011

    Maryland Jockey Club cut losses in 2011
    The Maryland Jockey Club, the financially strapped operator of the state's major thoroughbred racetracks, substantially cut its losses last year thanks to state slots subsidies but still falls short of becoming financially stable. Laurel Park and Pimlico...
  • Annapolis lobbyists see big win from gambling

    Annapolis lobbyists see big win from gambling
    A high-stakes bill to expand gambling in Maryland is still unsettled in Annapolis, but one thing is clear: Right now, the payout is going to lobbyists. Various casino interests have hired the state capital's best-known lobbyists — including the...
  • Future of Camden Yards depends on continued evolution

    Future of Camden Yards depends on continued evolution
    In 1912, when Fenway Park opened as the home of the Boston Red Sox, fans went to a baseball game because they wanted to watch a baseball game. One hundred years later, stadiums are much more complicated places, filled with fans hoping for a variety of...
  • Assembly fails to pass tax bill, adopts 'Doomsday' budget

    Assembly fails to pass tax bill, adopts 'Doomsday' budget
    The Maryland General Assembly's regular 90-day session ended in disarray Monday at midnight as legislators failed to approve an income tax measure to which their leaders had agreed. The lack of action meant that a so-called "doomsday" budget —...