Good News: MD Powerball Winner, Record Catfish, Kids In Spotlight
MD good news includes $731M lottery winner, record catfish, a boy distributes laptops and masks, and an 8-year-old celebrates Biden win.
Deb Belt , Patch Staff
MARYLAND — Good news stories recently included Restaurant Week is under way in Harford County; an Allegany County store sold the $731 million winning Powerball ticket; a marketing director from Odenton is one of the contestants on the current season of “The Bachelor”; an angler landed a record flathead catfish; a middle-schooler helps others during the coronavirus pandemic by distributing laptops, food and masks; and Columbia has been named the second best city for jobs in the United States for 2021 by WalletHub.
Plus, Gov. Larry Hogan received the coronavirus vaccine Monday to show the immunization is safe and effective; the young daughter of a former Baltimore Raven celebrated Kamala Harris’ swearing-in as vice president; Forbes named a Hanover cybersecurity business the year’s most outstanding firm; an 8-year-old from Gaithersburg made a cameo on Joe Biden’s “Celebrating America” inauguration celebration; and more in our roundup of good news stories from Maryland’s Patch sites this week.
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