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Nottingham market sells winning $50K Md. Lottery scratch-off

A retired Baltimore City police officer who still buys coffee and a doughnut each morning added an instant ticket to his purchase that changed his day. He scratched his way to an early birthday gift of a $50,000 prize. “Big Tuna,” a married father of two, found Maryland Lottery luck when he stopped in Paul’s Market in Nottingham for his …


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Parkville 7-Eleven sells winning, $100K Md. Lottery scratch-off

A Baltimore man who bought six or seven Maryland Lottery scratch-offs found a true gem in the mix – a Diamond 10s scratch-off worth $100,000. “Every now and then I play,” said the 57-year-old, who claimed his winnings this week at Maryland Lottery headquarters in Baltimore. He’s glad he picked the right day to pick up his lucky game. The …


Nottingham man strikes Keno gold

Looking to Keno for a little relaxation after a long shift, a Baltimore County corrections officer instead experienced an exhilarating end to his day. A $12,502 winning ticket he took home from Putty Hill Liquors in Nottingham will help in his family’s search for a new house. “It had been a tough day and I looked forward to getting home,” said …

Nottingham warehouse worker walks off with $250,000 scratch-off win

A $250,000 Rich instant ticket caught the eye of a Nottingham last week as he waited to cash in a winning scratch-off from the previous day. Although a frequent player, the 51-year-old had not played the game before or even seen it until that moment. The only Maryland Lottery superstition the warehouse worker holds is that when he sees a …

Essex Royal Farms store sells winning $1 million Md. Lottery scratch-off

A 49-year-old Baltimore County man who stopped for a soda at a Royal Farms store trusted a gut feeling that he should buy a Maryland Lottery scratch-off. “Mr. O” purchased a $1,000,000 Blowout instant ticket and left the store with the unscratched game in hand, not realizing he was the state’s newest millionaire. “I just had a feeling that it …

Valentine’s Day purchase turns into $50,000 Md. Lottery win for Nottingham mom

While heading out for a special Valentine’s Day meal, a married Baltimore County couple found themselves ahead of schedule and early for their dinner reservation. The Nottingham husband spotted a Maryland Lottery retailer and, knowing how much his wife enjoys Lottery games, handed her some cash and invited her to pick up a few tickets. That thoughtful gesture became the talk …