Dover Downs Gaming & Entertainment announced a new round of layoffs Thursday. It will also no longer run late-night table games during the workweek.
The casino dropped 10 employees in the first quarter of this year. That comes on the heels of cutting 21 positions through attrition in 2014 when it posted a $706,000 loss for the year.
Beginning May 18, table game operations will shut down between 2 a.m. and 8 a.m. Monday through Thursday.