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Casino's Local Hiring Efforts Unprecedented, Mayor Says

Gambling website had ties to Roanoke

He said he and his workers will embark on a "14-district tour" of Baltimore to inform residents of the jobs available. The casino has pledged to provide 1,700 jobs. Barnhill said this week that state efforts to raise Maryland's minimum wage would have no effect on the number of jobs created. "We're committed to hiring 1,700 people," he said. "It's our commitment to the mayor and the city that we're going to do that." Horseshoe Baltimore, a Caesars Entertainment subsidiary, has agreed to fund a temporary employee in the mayor's employment development office to lead hiring efforts in Baltimore, print informational materials targeting potential employees in the city, and report twice a year to city officials on hiring progress toward its workforce development plan. Barnhill said the casino is on pace to open in either August or September. Rawlings-Blake said she impressed by the speed of construction at the facility. "Y'all are on some kind of hyper speed," Rawlings-Blake said of the casino's progress. "I've never seen anything like it.
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Casino snakes report said to be a hoax: No slithering creatures at Sands

Indoor swimming pool image, clear waters The reports are, according to the Express-Times on Jan. 28, completely false. Even state police are speaking out and saying there are no casino snakes at Sands. The claims that there were snakes at the casino seem to link back to a social media post. The rumors came from someone who supposedly went to the doctor with a bite, and the doctor allegedly said it was a snakebite and asked if the patient had been to the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem. Things spread from that post. The casino issued a statement saying that there have been no reports of incidents with snakes at their property. No snakes have been seen on surveillance, and nobody present has had any issues. A spokesperson for the resort, Julia Corwin, says there would be no way that we couldn't know about it if the casino had snakes. Even Trooper William Ortiz with the state police says that while the report is strange, there are absolutely no snakes in this place. It seems that once again, many can see the power of social media when one post insinutating an issue spreads like wildfire like this.
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Horseshoe Casino Baltimore groundbreaking District Court in Roanoke and agreed to forfeit large sums of cash. Seven others, including the restaurant owner, are named in court papers, though none of them had been charged as of Thursday afternoon. Prosecutors declined to comment on the possibility of additional charges. Gambling websites are plentiful. The American Gaming Association said Americans spent nearly $3 billion in 2012 on illegal, unregulated offshore gaming sites about 10 percent of global spending on such activity. Anti-gambling laws and prosecutions by federal authorities have created a huge black market for online gambling, according to the association, which recently called on Congress to relax industry restrictions and instead turn to rigorous regulation. The U.S. government maintains that gambling is illegal except where authorized by the states. Federal prosecutors have charged multiple people in connection with online gambling activities and announced convictions in a number of cases. In the Roanoke case, a local restaurant owner teamed with a programmer in Central America to establish a web-based gambling franchise that took bets and declared winners and losers for three and a half years before closing in April 2013, according to court papers.
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