Black Friday Purchase Leads to $500,000 Scratch-off Win
A Prince George’s County man got the surprise of a lifetime when his Black Friday purchase turned into a half-million-dollar win. The anonymous single father of three stopped for gas at New Carrollton Shell in Hyattsville during his shopping spree and decided to try his luck with a $20 Bonus Bingo X20 scratch-off.
Waldorf Player Strikes Lottery Gold Again
Waldorf resident "Twice Is Nice" has proven that lightning can strike twice when it comes to winning the lottery. Just a year after claiming a $100,000 prize on a different scratch-off game, she recently won $50,000 on the Ultimate Cash game.
Federal Appeals Court Strikes Down Gun Control Measures in Two States Amid Shifting Legal Landscape
Virginia - In the aftermath of a groundbreaking U.S. Supreme Court decision last year that significantly constrained the government's ability to restrict guns, Democratic-led states have been grappling with how to navigate the new legal terrain. Despite some states implementing new gun restrictions and even passing ballot initiatives, recent setbacks in Maryland and Oregon underscore the challenges faced by proponents of stricter gun regulations.
Baltimore man admits to committing 3 more bank heists after serving time for 2003 bank robbery
This article contains AI-assisted content. Baltimore, Maryland - Kevin Maurice Lawson, 55, of Baltimore, entered a guilty plea for committing three armed bank robberies that occurred between June 6 and July 18, 2022. He used a black air gun in each incident. These crimes were carried out while Lawson was participating in a residential re-entry program, concluding his federal sentence for a prior bank robbery conviction from 2004.
G/ATOR program gets a boost with Northrop Grumman's contract ceiling increase
This article contains AI-assisted content. Linthicum Heights, Maryland - Northrop Grumman Systems Corp.'s site in Linthicum Heights has recently been granted a modification to an existing contract, elevating its maximum ceiling by an additional $265 million. This modification pertains to an agreement that was initially awarded on September 29, 2020. The revised total cumulative ceiling of this agreement now stands at $514.3 million.
Mt. Airy restaurant owner admits to failing to pay over $1.7 million in employment taxes
This article contains AI-assisted content. Mt. Airy, Maryland - A Maryland man has pleaded guilty to charges related to a significant employment tax scheme. Francesco Illiano, of Mt. Airy, admitted to willfully failing to pay employment taxes that were withheld from his employees' wages.