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A collection of news and information related to Gaming and Lotteries published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP)
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  • City slots developer likely tabled

    City slots developer likely tabled
    Even if he is able to overcome the legal obstacles to his proposed Baltimore casino, Canadian developer Michael Moldenhauer is unlikely to be granted a license to operate slot machines in the city, according to court documents filed this week....
  • Slots foes, other advocates, grow weary of politics

    Slots foes, other advocates, grow weary of politics
    Rob Annicelli's drive to stop a huge slots emporium planned near his home led him to extremes. He used vacation days to gather signatures for a referendum blocking the project, and took more time off to sit in a courtroom, monitoring a court effort to...
  • Lunch review: Crazy John's

    Lunch review: Crazy John's
    If the first three pillars of restaurant success are location, next up would be the kitchen, with service following in short order. If the location happens to be The Block — Baltimore's notorious XXX district — the choice of a name might...
  • Unidentified Abingdon couple wins Powerball jackpot

    An Abingdon couple has stepped forward to claim the first Powerball Jackpot in Maryland, a state lottery spokesperson confirmed Tuesday. The lucky winners of the $107 million jackpot have not been publicly identified, however. The Sept. 7 drawing showed...
  • Should Colts write off the season for Luck?

    Tanking season absurd Kevin Van Valkenburg Baltimore Sun Anyone who thinks the Colts should essentially tank this season to position themselves in the Andrew Luck sweepstakes is being completely naive. If Indianapolis really wants Luck and they're...
  • Snakehead dinner at Alewife

    Snakehead dinner at Alewife
    Dave Newman of Brewer's Art, Joe Edwardsen of Joe Squared and Chad Wells of Alewife host a snakehead dinner at Alewife on Tuesday, Aug. 23. Brian Strumke of Stillwater Artisinal Ales is creating beer pairings for the event, and Steve Vilnit of the...
  • How Harford Powerball winners' $108.8 million became $43.4 million

    The Harford County couple who recently won the multi-state Powerball jackpot has not gone public, but they did receive their winnings, according to state lottery officials. Their check worked out to about 40 percent of what the Powerball publicity...
  • Winning million$ in one of the big jackpots is winning the lottery for governments, too

    It's fairly well-known that the jackpot for a winning multi-million dollar lottery ticket isn't necessarily what it says on the billboards the state lottery system updates regularly, like the one on Business Route 1 at the Bel Air Bypass split. Still, it...
  • Chestnut Pharmacy in Hampden closes

    Chestnut AID Pharmacy, an institution in Hampden estimated to have been a drug store since at least 1918, is closing its doors today. Two other pharmacies, Burke's in Reisterstown and Burke's in Parkville, also are closing. It's not the economy, said...
  • Sykesville association focuses on vitality of downtown area

    Sykesville association focuses on vitality of downtown area
    The new Sykesville Main Street Association, formed earlier this year, is setting an agenda for the fall that includes a report on its progress to date in promoting Sykesville's downtown area, as well as work to formalize future plans to draw statewide...
  • Owner closing three pharmacies, including Burke's in Reisterstown

    Three pharmacies, Burke's, in Reisterstown, Burke's, in Parkville, and Chestnut AID Pharmacy, in Hampden, are closing. It's not the economy, said Pat Burke, who owns all three. "It's just time," said Burke, 47. "I'm tired." He said it is hard to keep...
  • Studies project millions in tax revenue from Rosecroft slots

    Studies project millions in tax revenue from Rosecroft slots
    Renewed jostling to expand gambling in the state began Wednesday as a national casino operator painted its proposal to build a casino in Prince George's County as good for taxpayers and as Frederick County lawmakers asked constituents if they want slots...