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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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  • Perryville casino generates another half-million for town, county

    Hollywood Casino Perryville generated another $9,790,341.87 in gross gaming revenue in January, the Maryland Lottery, which regulates the casino, reported last week. Of the total, $538,468.80 will be divided by Perryville and Cecil County. The latest...
  • Marylanders line up as Powerball jackpot reaches $325 million

    Marylanders line up as Powerball jackpot reaches $325 million
    If Davon Johnson of West Baltimore hits Saturday's $325 million Powerball jackpot, he wouldn't be the sort of tycoon who blends into the crowd. He'd hire a pair of bodyguards (California-based Platinum Protection Group charges $35 an hour for one unarmed...
  • Powerball winner is $336.4 million richer

    Someone in New England is — knowingly or not — $336.4 million richer. A person who purchased a ticket in Rhode Island for the multistate Powerball lottery won the jackpot Saturday but has not yet come forward to claim it, the Associated Press...
  • Elkton family business sold jackpot-winning Powerball ticket

    On Christmas morning, an unidentified man called the restaurant and liquor store Wesley's in Elkton and asked for the winning Powerball numbers. When a clerk read the numbers over the phone, the mystery caller said, "Looks like I am the winner." So far,...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Tuesday

    Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Tuesday
    WEATHER Today's forecast calls for rain and a high temperature around 49 degrees. The low temperature is expected to be around 39 degrees with more rain tonight. TRAFFIC Here are today's morning traffic issues. FROM LAST NIGHT... Fire damages...
  • A resolution to win the lottery, or at least live that way, in the new year

    There are those who believe this will be the last New Year's column I write for this newspaper. The reason is simple: There won't be anyone around to write or read a newspaper column at this time next year because our year 2012 is when the Mayan...
  • 25 YEARS AGO: Aegis sold to Times Mirror-owned Baltimore Sun

    From The Aegis dated Jan. 1, 1987: Not necessarily a big deal to its readers, but Shield Press, publisher of The Aegis, was sold to The Baltimore Sun 25 years ago this week. Anne Worthington and John D. Worthington IV, whose family owned and operated the...
  • December: Guilty plea in 2010 Bel Air murder; teacher bonus bungled

    December: Guilty plea in 2010 Bel Air murder; teacher bonus bungled
    A 21-year-old Parkville man received a 25-year sentence for the July 18, 2010 shooting death of Derrick Maxey Jr. in the parking lot of the American Legion Post on Bond Street in Bel Air. Rakim Raid Muhammad pleaded guilty to second degree murder and use...
  • September: Dam floodgates open, BRAC closes, Wegmans makes a splash

    September: Dam floodgates open, BRAC closes, Wegmans makes a splash
    The military's six-year-long BRAC process officially ended, with a formal celebration and plenty of self-congratulation. BRAC added six organizations to Aberdeen Proving Ground, 6,500 net jobs, 2.8 million square feet of new and renovated space on post....
  • The Record's top 10 stories of 2011

    <i>The Record's</i> top 10 stories of 2011
    The year that ends at midnight Saturday with the annual Duck Drop and fireworks at Havre de Grace Middle School was full of the good and the bad. There was the usual – mayoral elections in Aberdeen and Havre de Grace and heavy snowfalls. And the not...
  • Police say citizen helped stop baseball bat attack on Sykesville store clerk

    Police say citizen helped stop baseball bat attack on Sykesville store clerk
    Police say an "alert citizen" in Sykesville tackled a man who was beating a High's convenient store clerk with a baseball bat on Friday, Jan. 6, but couldn't detain the assailant long enough for police to make an arrest. As a result, Maryland State...
  • A lesson plan for teacher pensions

    A lesson plan for teacher pensions
    Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller wants it. Gov. Martin O'Malley says he's considering it. And local elected leaders are strongly opposed — to the point where they've been willing to give up millions of dollars in state aid to prevent it....