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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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  • State lottery and gaming chief stepping down

    State lottery and gaming chief stepping down
    Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency director Stephen Martino, who oversaw the launch and rapid expansion of casino gambling in the state, is resigning at the end of the month. Martino, appointed five years ago by Gov. Martin O'Malley, told...
  • Bill would put lottery winnings by sex offenders in escrow

    Bill would put lottery winnings by sex offenders in escrow
  • Southern Lehigh approves new admissions plan for Spanish immersion program by 5-4 vote

    Calling it an imperfect policy, the board of the Southern Lehigh School District narrowly approved a new admissions plan to its Spanish immersion program that includes giving preference to students who had or have siblings in the program. The board voted...
  • Cash 5 ticket sold in Montco wins more than $500K

    Cash 5 ticket sold in Montco wins more than $500K
    A ticket sold in Pottstown, Montgomery County, won a jackpot of more than $500,000 in Thursday's Cash 5 drawing. Pennsylvania Lottery officials said the lucky ticket was sold at Riverside Beverages, located at 375 N. Hanover St. in Pottstown. The...
  • 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...
  • All In All Gone

    All In All Gone
    Why don’t we just build a wall around Connecticut and charge people to enter and exit from every road that crosses the border? Or, better yet, a moat, yes, build a moat around our little corner of paradise and use boats like the Connecticut River...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Telethon will raise funds for group home organization

     Telethon will raise funds for group home organization
    Gina Richter became involved with the Association of Individual Development (AID) when her daughter Kim was only nine years old. Now 30, Kim who has cerebral palsy, rheumatoid arthritis, and Tourette Syndrome, lives in one of AID's group homes with...