Maryland officials say lottery sales and casino revenues contributed over a billion dollars to the state in the 2015 fiscal year, the first time the number has topped the $1 billion mark.
If you’ve bought a Powerball ticket at Weis Market in Woodstock or Richburn Liquors in Columbia or Winner’s Circle Convenience in Oakland in the last two months, you could be a millionaire.
The director of Maryland’s lottery and gaming agency is cashing in his chips.
Maryland’s lottery and four casinos made $849.2 million for the state in the last fiscal year, a 2.4 percent increase over the previous fiscal year, the agency that oversees gambling in Maryland reported Monday.
The Maryland Lottery has joined a multi-state association that will allow it to offer a greater variety of games.
Maryland Lottery officials say the second winner of a $414 million Mega Millions jackpot has come forward.
A central Florida man and woman have come forward to claim their half of a Mega Millions jackpot of $414 million, but a second winning ticket purchased in Maryland still has not been claimed.
A $1 million lottery ticket was sold in Montgomery County, lottery officials say.
A Maryland man has come forward to claim the $189 million Mega Millions jackpot he won last week.
A former lottery worker has pleaded guilty to felony theft over $10,000 for stealing thousands of scratch-off tickets and collecting the winnings.