A so-far-unidentified individual who bought a winning Pennsylvania Lottery Cash 5 ticket Thursday at the 7-Eleven convenience store in Stowe is in a position to claim a $150,000 windfall.
Maybe there's $200,000 sitting in your wallet, or in that bowl in your kitchen, that you just haven't recognized yet. Got a Cash 5 with Quick Cash ticket hanging around? Check the date, check the numbers.
A lucky customer in the Oaks Wawa store can look forward to a whole lot more coffee or any other beverage, for that matter, having won a $43,333 share in Wednesday's Treasure Hunt Jackpot lottery.
$1.3 billion. That's how much profit the Pennsylvania Lottery took in during the 12-month period that ended June 30. It represents a new record, driven mostly by traditional games like PowerBall.
Someone won $4.68 million Tuesday in the Pennsylvania Lottery's Match 6 Lotto jackpot, thanks to a ticket he, she or they purchased at BJ's Wholesale Club on Mill Road in Oaks.
Monday's $100,000 weekly drawing winning ticket in the Pennsylvania Lottery New Year’s Millionaire Raffle was sold by the Giant Food Store on South Township Line Road in Royersford.
The very lucky holder(s) of a Cash 5 lottery jackpot ticket, purchased in Limerick for Saturday's drawing, won $200,000 in the Pennsylvania game. Well, a little less once taxes are withheld, but who's counting?
Someone's probably very happy, and doing his or her best to remain calm, after buying a winning Cash 5 lottery ticket Friday at the Sunoco gas station in Green Lane.