Carolyn B. Westerlund, who founded camps and a popular Monkton company that designed floral arrangements for weddings and other fashionable events, died of heart failure April 21 at Gilchrist Center, a hospice facility in Towson. She was 83.
Muna Karki watched from a darkened second-floor window above the family-owned liquor store on Howard Street on Saturday night as demonstrators charged past, kicking at the storefront security gate.
Maryland casinos have been collectively giving away tens of millions of dollars a year — as much as 20 percent of their revenue in one case — in free play on slot machines and table games designed to keep their big-spending customers gambling, according to state documents.
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore plans to soon become the state's first casino to enable patrons to place bets on horse racing.
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore would pay $8,000 and Maryland Live $1,000 in sanctions to settle allegations they allowed underage customers inside.
University of Maryland student Patrick Ronk knows it sounds counterintuitive — even a little "scary"— to permit beer and wine sales at Terps athletic events to curb the binge drinking climate associated with college game days.
Vouchers worth $704,000 in slot-machine winnings went unclaimed in 2013 at Maryland casinos and were not handled correctly by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, a new audit found.
The Mid-Atlantic Sports Network's pregame and postgame sets at Camden Yards and Nationals Park — two distinctly different baseball stadiums — are nearly perfect $400,000 matches, right down to the lighting, flooring and desks.