The ticket for the July 4th drawing, matched all five balls drawn, 03-06-14-18-24, but not the red Powerball 21, for a prize of $2 million, less 25 percent federal withholding.
The ticket, which was from the April 23rd drawing, matched all six winning numbers, 02-03-24-38-39-45.
The ticket was for the Wednesday, July 23rd drawing and correctly matched all five white balls, 04-10-12-22-31, but not the red Powerball 03, for the $1 million prize.
Pennsylvania Lottery officials say the Quinto ticket, from the Feb. 19, 2013 drawing, will soon reach its one-year expiration date.
William Dando, the legislative director for AFSCME District Council 13, says the Corbett administration is negotiating with his union on the issues of should a private manager be hired and the future of Lottery employees.
Officials say the three tickets matched the winning Cash 5 numbers drawn from the Monday, Nov. 25th drawing, 05-19-21-29-38.
A jackpot-winning Cash 5 ticket worth $700,000 was sold in Berks County.
Officials say the winning ticket correctly matched all five balls, 06-07-12-27-29, to win a jackpot of $325,000.
One jackpot-winning Pennsylvania Lottery Cash 5 ticket worth $225,000 was sold in the Thursday, October 24th, drawing.
The ticket, which matched all Cash 5 balls, 04-07-17-20-27, was sold at Landhope Farms on E Street Road in Kennett Square.
Two people in the Philadelphia area just got $1 million richer.
Lottery officials say the lone jackpot-winning Pennsylvania Lottery Cash 5 ticket worth $500,000 was sold in Philadelphia.
People in South Philadelphia are speculating about the Powerball winner, while at the same time being thrilled it happened in their neighborhood.
Chris celebrates President’s Day with Independence Mall Park Ranger Ed Welch and talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup about the confirmation of Chuck Hagel and the scandal surrounding Bob Menendez. He also reviews Saturday Night Live’s parody of Marco Rubio, CNN’s coverage of the stranded cruise liner and New Jersey Senator Frank Lautenberg’s decision not to seek re-election.
The Corbett administration announced Friday that it intends to award a contract to Camelot Global Services — a Canadian-owned, British-based company — to run the state lotteries.