Winning Lottery Ticket Sold In Carroll County

A winning lottery ticket worth $1 million was sold at a Carroll County liquor store.



$2 Million Powerball Ticket Sold In Baltimore

A winning second-tier Powerball ticket is sold in Hampden.



Winning $2 Million Powerball Ticket Sold In Laurel

The winning ticket. A lucky person in Maryland is now $2 million richer.


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Winning Attitude: Orioles Focused On Trip To World Series In 2014

The Orioles appear to be poised for another winning season and a possible playoff run.


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$1M Mega Millions Ticket Was Sold At A New 7-Eleven In Essex

You may know someone who’s suddenly become a millionaire, and it’s the talk of the town in Essex.


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Feeling Lucky? Friday’s Mega Millions Drawing Worth $425 Million

People all across the country are dreaming of winning a $425 million jackpot.


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Glenn Younes: Ravens Learning A Lesson

Ravens beat the Bengals in OT sure, but I’m not sure I learned much about their future progress.


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Winning $1 Million Powerball Ticket Sold In Carroll County

If you bought a Powerball ticket at a Westminster High’s location, you could be a millionaire!


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Rob Long: Oriole Fans Singing A Different Tune

It wasn’t long ago when you were hoping that the Orioles would win. Now, fans have come to expect for their team to win.


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Ngata Doesn’t Care For Honor, Just Wants To Win

Ravens Defensive Tackle Haloti Ngata was voted the NFL’s 9th best player on’s Top 100 Player’s List of 2012.

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Glenn Younes: Orioles Are Calling

Eleven games I know, but it’s what we’ve got to go by and it’s been a nice 11 games. That’s all I’m saying.


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Orioles ‘Buck’ The Past With Surprising 4-0 Start

Buck Showalter is at it again. After guiding the last-place Baltimore Orioles to a 34-23 finish last season, Showalter warned that it would be foolish to expect a carry-over into this year. And now, in the wake of Baltimore’s 4-0 start, he is again calling for the team’s long-suffering fans to temper their enthusiasm with a bit of perspective.




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