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A collection of news and information related to Gaming and Lotteries published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP)
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  • What surplus?

    What surplus?
    You stumble upon some extra money lying around the house — some spare change behind the sofa cushions or the equivalent. You might be pleased with your unexpected good (albeit only modestly so) fortune, but you probably wouldn't be looking to...
  • Track change gets mixed reaction from drivers

    Track change gets mixed reaction from drivers
    The outcome of Sunday's races could come down to how the drivers negotiate the chicane that officials initially removed after last year's inaugural event, then decided to put back late Friday night. The Pratt Street chicane is designed to slow drivers...
  • Maryland casinos bring in $44.6 million in August

    Maryland casinos bring in $44.6 million in August
    Maryland's three casinos made more than $44.6 million in August, down from $48 million in July, the Maryland Lottery reported Wednesday. Maryland Live in Anne Arundel County accounted for 73 percent of all casino profits last month. It has generated...
  • The misleading pitch for Question 7

    The misleading pitch for Question 7
    Give the new television ad asking voters to approve Maryland's Question 7 credit for one thing: It is spot on in accusing the opposition of being bankrolled by an out-of-state gambling company worried about losing revenue at its marquee location in West...
  • May: Twin state lacrosse titles for Cougars

    May: Twin state lacrosse titles for Cougars
    A Cecil County man, James Young Starcher, was charged in connection with five bank robberies committed in the previous two months. The sheriff's office charged Starcher in connection with a Cecil Bank robbery in the 1600 block of Pulaski Highway and...
  • Winning Powerball ticket sold in Abingdon

    For the first time ever, not only was a winning Powerball jackpot ticket sold in Maryland, but the sale was made from an Abingdon liquor store. Wednesday night's drawing, numbers 3, 5, 18, 27, 54 and Power Ball 13, showed a winner, or winners, out of...
  • Bel Air man wins lottery, plans to buy shoes

    What would you do with $50,000? That's a question Joseph Garcia, 29, of Bel Air, wasn't preoccupied with until he won the lottery. Garcia, who lives in the Marywood development, stopped Sunday at the Fallston Shell station for gas and to cash in a few...
  • Shale gas energy of future despite estimate cut

    Reports that shale gas may not be as plentiful as people thought are getting lots of attention. Last week the Energy Information Agency sharply cut its estimate of shale gas -- from 827 trillion cubic feet to 482 trillion cubic feet, reports the New...
  • Another smart Powerball winner takes Hancock's advice

    Another smart Powerball winner takes Hancock's advice
    From the Maryland Lottery: "An excited Pennsylvania couple arrived at Lottery Headquarters today, accompanied by legal counsel, to claim their $128.8 million Powerball prize. The elated twosome, who chose to remain anonymous, had the only winning ticket...
  • 'Dating in the Dark': Revelations galore

     
    BOFF is back to report on last night's Dating in the Dark:Before we begin, I wanted to follow up on my thoughts on last week's show regarding the premise of the show, which I felt was somewhat abandoned. The show......
  • Flay possible for Maryland Live!

     
    The Cordish Company just announced that Maryland Live, its Arundel Mills "gaming and entertainment facility," will include a Bobby Flay restaurant, if the plan is approved by voters. Flay is shown here at Bobby Flay Steak, his first steakhouse, which........
  • 'American Idol' recap: It's back, but is it better?

     
    All right. Here we are. American Idol is entering its 10th season, but now minus not one, but two of its original judges, the personalities who helped make the show. So what's it going to be like without Simon and......