Business, Entertainment

Carney gas station, Rosedale convenience store sell big winning Maryland Lottery tickets

NOTTINGHAM, MD—A pair of local businesses sold a couple of winning Maryland Lottery tickets this week. Officials say the Wawa located at 8731 Pulaski Highway in Rosedale (21237) sold a winning $10,000 scratch-off for the $100,000 Crossword 4th Edition game last week. Elsewhere, the Shell gas station located at 9200 Harford Road in Carney (21234) sold a winning $21,278.80 Racetrax …


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Maryland Lottery, casinos contribute $1.11 billion to State

BALTIMORE, MD—The Maryland Lottery and the state’s six casinos combined to contribute $1.113 billion to Maryland’s good causes in Fiscal Year 2020, with Lottery profits falling just shy of last year’s record-setting figure in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic. Together, the Lottery and casinos support a wide variety of state programs and services. In March, during the first few weeks …


Winning $50,000 Powerball ticket sold on Harford Road

PARKVILLE, MD—Lady Luck paid a welcome visit on Wednesday night, as a Powerball ticket delivered a $50,000 prize to one lucky Maryland Lottery player. Even though no one hit the $147 million jackpot, there were 13,193 winning tickets sold in Maryland for Wednesday’s drawing, with prizes ranging from $4 to $50,000. The winning numbers were 7, 14, 17, 57 and …

Nottingham market sells winning $50,000 Maryland Lottery scratch-off

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Maryland Lottery winners won or claimed more than $30.1 million in the seven days ending July 19, with a total of 42 tickets worth $10,000 or more that were sold or claimed during that span. Officials say a winning $50,000 Magic 8 Ball Bingo scratch-off was sold at Paul’s Market, located at 4571 Ridge Road in Nottingham.  The prize …

Winning $100,000 lottery ticket sold in Parkville; $50,000 ticket sold in White Marsh

NOTTINGHAM, MD—It was a big week in lottery winnings in and around the Nottingham area. Maryland Lottery players claimed or won more than $36.4 million in the past week, including 10 scratch-off prizes of $100,000 each on tickets sold across the state of Maryland. A total of 78 tickets worth $10,000 or more were claimed or sold in the seven …

Parkville, Perry Hall winners claim prizes as Maryland Lottery Claims Center reopens

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The Maryland Lottery Claims Center in Baltimore reopened on June 24 after having been closed since March 30 due to the coronavirus, and players made appointments to claim dozens of big prizes. In all, Maryland Lottery players won or claimed more than $36.2 million in prizes during the week of June 22-28. Many winners of large prizes have been …

Winning $58K lottery ticket sold in Rosedale

ROSEDALE, MD—One lucky individual bought a $58,476 winning FAST PLAY ticket in the new $5 Payday progressive game on Sunday, June 21, Maryland Lottery officials said on Monday. The ticket was purchased at the Royal Farms store located at 8803 Philadelphia Road (21237). This is the first progressive top prize-winning ticket sold for the Payday game, which went on sale …

Maryland Lottery extends claiming deadlines during state of emergency

UPDATE: The Maryland Lottery’s Customer Resource Center at 1800 Washington Boulevard in Baltimore will close at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, March 30 and will remain closed until further notice. Original story below… —— BALTIMORE, MD—The Maryland Lottery has temporarily extended the deadline for players to redeem winning tickets that expire during the coronavirus state of emergency. Typically, draw game tickets …