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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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  • Small town rallies around beloved leader facing cancer

     Small town rallies around beloved leader facing cancer
    As neighboring suburbs have swelled with new subdivisions, fast-food chains and traffic just a few miles down the road, this tiny community of 488 people has fought to stay the way it has been for decades. Residents identify each other by which historic...
  • Skokie resident wins $100,000 in state lottery

    Skokie resident wins $100,000 in state lottery
    It may not be enough money to live financially worry-free for the rest of your life, but winning $100,000 makes life a whole lot easier. Skokie resident Said Jusic knows that now after he won the six-figure prize in the Lucky Day Lotto Quick Pick...
  • Chances of a perfect March Madness bracket? 1 in 9.2 quintillion

    Chances of a perfect March Madness bracket? 1 in 9.2 quintillion
    The probability of creating the perfect March Madness bracket is shockingly low — as in less than 1 in 9.2 quintillion (or 9,223,372,036,854,775,808) chance. Jeff Bergen, a mathematics professor at DePaul University, crunched the numbers and...
  • Global Academy Is Top Pick For Hartford's School Choice Lottery

    Global Academy Is Top Pick For Hartford's School Choice Lottery
    HARTFORD — Global Communications Academy, an International Baccalaureate school on Edwards Street, was the top choice for Hartford families who applied for the district's 2015-16 school choice lottery, according to unofficial tallies released...
  • Sibling preference part of SoLehigh's proposed Spanish immersion policy

    Sibling preference part of SoLehigh's proposed Spanish immersion policy
    Preference to siblings will likely be part of Southern Lehigh School District's new Spanish Immersion enrollment policy. The school board indicated its support for sibling preference in a 5-3 vote taken last week as part of a first reading of the new...
  • Powerball jackpot swells to estimated $360 million after no one wins

    Powerball jackpot swells to estimated $360 million after no one wins
    Didn’t win Wednesday’s $317-million Powerball jackpot? Don’t fret, no one else did either. Anyone who buys a ticket for Saturday’s drawing will now be hoping for a piece of an estimated $360-million jackpot. No one has matched...
  • Powerball jackpot likely to top $360 million

    Powerball jackpot likely to top $360 million
    Lottery officials say no jackpot winner was selected in the latest $317 million Powerball drawing. Sue Dooley is the senior drawing manager for the Multi-State Lottery Association, which oversees Powerball. She says there will be another drawing...
  • Education notebook: Virginia Wesleyan to host Buddhism scholar, Hampton NAACP to host education forum, TNCC adds paramedic training

    Virginia Wesleyan College's Center for the Study of Religious Freedom will host Rita M. Gross, a religious studies scholar and advanced Buddhist practitioner, for two events this week on campus. Both programs are free and open to the public. The...
  • State approves slots reductions at Maryland Live and Horseshoe

    State approves slots reductions at Maryland Live and Horseshoe
    The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission approved requests Thursday by the state's largest casinos — Maryland Live and Horseshoe Baltimore — to eliminate 300 slot machines each and add more profitable table games. Horseshoe, which...
  • 'Project Almanac' a leap back in time, not forward

    In Hollywood's seemingly endless quest to use the found-footage gimmick to resuscitate any subgenre, we have the new time-travel movie "Project Almanac." The film self-consciously name-drops "Looper," although it probably has more in common with the...
  • AU STEM school governing board approves adding additional students

    AU STEM school governing board approves adding additional students
    The governing board of the John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School voted 3-1 to allow additional partners to join the school on Aurora University's campus that focuses on science, technology, engineering and math. That leaves the door open for Batavia...