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New table games at Hollywood Casino helped draw more gamblers, while other casinos in the state saw revenue increases
Speaking in Gambrills on Tuesday, Mike Livingston of the Bank of Glen Burnie says economic conditions are gradually improving despite some "headwinds."
Plans for new districts in Anne Arundel County from council members Jerry Walker and Chris Trumbauer fall short of the five votes necessary for approval.
Looking to go green and celebrate your Irish this weekend? Here's a rundown of some places to go for St. Patrick's Day.
Police & Fire, Business
At least three robberies of cell phone stores in the county may have been the work of a crew that has struck stores all over the region, police said.
Maryland Live! saw revenue rise from $35.9 million in January to $38.34 million in February.
The casino near Arundel Mills will have 122 live-action tables and will also open a poker room this summer.
Maryland Live! saw revenue decline slightly despite the first full month of 24-hour gambling.
All casinos in the state saw increases in revenue in the final month of the year, though revenue from Hollywood Casino and Ocean Downs was lower than in 2011. Maryland Live! pulled in $229 million in 2012.
Maryland Live! will bring in 150 tables and will operate a free dealer school with Anne Arundel Community College.
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