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Two Maryland winners from Powerball jackpot run claim prizes totaling over $1 million

BALTIMORE, MD—The New Year is off to a promising start for two lucky Powerball players who bought quick-pick tickets during the recent jackpot roll. A Baltimore woman scored a $50,000 prize in the December 27 drawing and a Potomac resident won $1,000,004 in the January 5 drawing. The $50,000 winner, a 39-year-old, purchased her $2 ticket on December 27 at …


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POWERBALL WINNING NUMBERS: Drawing creates Maryland millionaire

BALTIMORE, MD—Although players in California and Wisconsin will split the massive $632.6 million Powerball jackpot, three Maryland players were also big winners in the January 5 drawing with tickets worth $1,000,004 and $50,000. The winning numbers were 6, 14, 25, 33 and 46 with a Power Ball of 17. In all, Maryland Lottery retailers sold 60,869 winning tickets for the …


Winning $10 million Powerball Double Play ticket sold in Maryland still unclaimed

BALTIMORE, MD—A Maryland Powerball player made history in the Monday, September 27 drawing, becoming the first person in the U.S. to win a $10 million Double Play top prize. Montgomery County’s Rockville Exxon at White Flint, located at 11433 Rockville Pike in Rockville, sold the winning Powerball Double Play ticket, which matched all of the numbers in the September 27 …

Nearly 40 Maryland companies, universities working on COVID-19 vaccines, therapeutics, diagnostic tests

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan on Monday commended the nearly 40 Maryland life sciences companies that are working on developing and manufacturing COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics, improving diagnostic tests, and providing clinical research and technological support to ensure safe and effective health care delivery. The University System of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University have also dedicated millions of dollars toward research, …

Governor Hogan announces directive requiring state insurers to waive costs for coronavirus testing

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan has issued a directive requiring all state health insurers to waive costs associated with testing for COVID-19. The directive, issued under the governor’s authority during a state of emergency, waives any cost-sharing, including co-payments, coinsurance, and deductibles, in order to remove cost barriers to testing. The governor also provided additional details regarding the three positive coronavirus cases …