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Lotteries

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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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  • 71-year-old makes the most of her first shot in Maryland's black bear hunt

    71-year-old makes the most of her first shot in Maryland's black bear hunt
    Like other septuagenarians who still like to whack an ace down the line in tennis or sink a long birdie putt in golf, Bonnie Kelley still enjoys the rewards of hunting. It's in her blood, having been raised in Western Maryland and having returned there,...
  • Pa. scratching the lottery itch with bigger jackpots

    Pa. scratching the lottery itch with bigger jackpots
    Everyone loves those bazillion-dollar jackpots that pop up in the lottery now and again, but those bring out a lot of starry-eyed amateurs and you can bet the hard-core players view them as the French view American tourists — good for the bottom...
  • Powerball sales in Maryland decline 41 percent

    Powerball sales in Maryland decline 41 percent
    Powerball sales fell 40.8 percent in Maryland in September compared to the same month a year earlier, according to information provided to the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission at its monthly meeting. State sales of the game last month were...
  • Is Tom Foley Bored With This Election?

    Is Tom Foley Bored With This Election?
    Last Tuesday night, I was picking up tickets at the will call window. Bill Curry (yes, yes, I know) was next to me, yakking about the latest gubernatorial debate, and the woman in front of us in line whirled around and, demonstrably angry, said she...
  • Kansas at odds over fundraising raffles

    Kansas at odds over fundraising raffles
    Kansas gamblers can find blackjack, roulette and slot machines across the state at gambling halls and Indian casinos. But the deeply conservative state has a constitutional prohibition against private lotteries — a ban that has prevented churches,...
  • Three arrested in Boynton Beach food-stamp fraud operation

    Three arrested in Boynton Beach food-stamp fraud operation
    Three men were arrested this week for their suspected involvement in a food-stamp fraud and illegal-gambling operation in Boynton Beach. Alex Prosper, 33, and Edzer Luberisse, 52, were arrested on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively, for their...
  • $1 million lottery ticket sold in Elmhurst

    $1 million lottery ticket sold in Elmhurst
    An Elmhurst gas station has sold a winning Mega Millions ticket worth $1 million, according to Illinois Lottery officials. The winner, who has not yet claimed the prize, purchased the winning Quick Pick ticket at Minutemen gas station, 218 E....
  • Reg Henry: The fear factor is one frightening trend

    Ebola is no laughing matter, because it kills people in frightful ways. So today let us laugh at our fears, so that the Grim Reaper will be nonplussed. Of course, I write as one who is very afraid. I would quake in my boots if I were not wearing a full-...
  • Chapter One: With Thanks To Ben Franklin

    Chapter One: With Thanks To Ben Franklin
    The birth of The Connecticut Courant in 1764 was the fortunate outcome of Thomas Green's misfortune, when the master printer suddenly found himself fired by Benjamin Franklin. A fourth-generation printer, Green had been publishing the state's first...
  • Lifetime Cancels 'The Lottery'

    The world of "The Lottery," Lifetime's scripted series set in a dystopian future that dealt with the threat of human extinction, has come to an end. Sources confirm that the cabler has pulled the plug on the project after one season. The 10-episode...
  • Education: A Matter Of Choice, Technology

    Education: A Matter Of Choice, Technology
    What will Connecticut's public schools look like in decades to come? Everyone hopes, of course, for a brighter future, especially for struggling urban schools. Many, including Damaris Gonzalez, are not willing to wait. Like thousands of other parents,...