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Baltimore man claims $50,000 prize after purchasing Powerball ticket in Carney

BALTIMORE, MD—A 53-year-old player from Baltimore turned $2 into $50,000 after playing Powerball on a whim back in May. The lucky fellow doesn’t normally play Maryland Lottery games, but the thought came to him to purchase a ticket. On May 2, he walked into J Convenience at 8765 Satyr Hill Road in Carney and purchased one quick-pick Powerball ticket. Days …


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Nottingham husband & wife celebrate wedding anniversary with $50,000 Powerball win

NOTTINGHAM, MD—What better way to celebrate a wedding anniversary than with a $50,000 Powerball win? Such was the gift Lady Luck recently gave to a Nottingham couple married for more than three decades. The 67-year-old husband bought the lucky ticket on April 25 while visiting Weis Markets located at 4126 East Joppa Road (21236). He frequently stops in at the …


Winning $50,000 Powerball ticket sold in Carney remains unclaimed

PARKVILLE, MD—A winning Powerball ticket that was sold in Carney last week still hasn’t been claimed, Maryland Lottery officials say. The winning $50,000 ticket was sold on May 2 at J. Convenience, located at 8765 Satyr Hill Road (21234). In all, 38 tickets worth $10,000 or more were either sold or redeemed in the seven days ending May 8, and …

Joppa Road grocery store sells winning $50,000 Powerball ticket

NOTTINGHAM, MD—A winning, $50,000 Powerball ticket was sold in the Nottingham area for the drawing on Monday, April 25th. Weis Markets, located at 4126 East Joppa Road (21236), sold the lucky ticket that was among 21,713 winning tickets sold in Maryland for the drawing. No one hit the jackpot, which rolled to an estimated annuity value of $454 million for …

Retired police officer collects $50,000 Powerball prize after purchasing ticket in Parkville

BALTIMORE, MD—Playing Maryland Lottery games isn’t routine for retired police officer John Boyd. However, the Towson resident does spend $20 on Powerball tickets whenever the jackpot rolls past the $100 million mark. Now, the occasional player is celebrating a $50,000 win. The 64-year-old bought his lucky ticket at Maria’s, his regular Maryland Lottery retailer, which is located at 1812 Taylor …

Man who bought winning $100,000 Powerball ticket in Rosedale claims prize

ROSEDALE, MD—A $20 quick-pick ticket gave a dedicated Maryland Lottery player his first big prize by delivering a $100,000 Powerball win in the April 4 drawing. The anonymous winner, who selected the nickname “Bucky Walter” for publicity purposes, says that he’s played Lottery games since the Maryland Lottery’s debut. The Baltimore resident enjoys playing Mega Millions, Powerball, and a number …

Winning $100K Powerball ticket sold in Rosedale

UPDATE: The 82-year-old winner has come forward to claim his prize. Original story below… —— ROSEDALE, MD—A winning Powerball ticket has been sold in Rosedale. Maryland Lottery officials say someone purchased a winning $100,0007 ticket for Monday’s Powerball drawing.  Even though no one hit the jackpot, there were 10,232 winning tickets ranging from $4 to $100,007 sold in our Maryland, …

Nottingham, Parkville players land big Maryland Lottery prizes

NOTTINGHAM, MD—A few local players scored big prizes from the Maryland Lottery over the past week. Lottery officials say the following winning tickets were sold in and around the Nottingham area: $50,000 Powerball ticket sold on April 1 at Maria’s, located at 1812 Taylor Avenue in Parkville (unclaimed) $15,514 RACETRAX ticket sold on March 31 at Perry Hall BP located …