The buildings department is examining the billboard, looking at the bolts that held it in place and if it was built too close to the road.
A 35-year-old financial analyst from California has come forward to claim his winnings from the largest lottery jackpot in Long Island history.
The winning ticket, worth more than $208 million, for the Dec. 27 Mega Millions drawing was bought at the King Kullen supermarket located at 1235 Middle Country Road in Middle Island.
The winning numbers are 23, 32, 33, 39, 43 and the mega-ball is 8.
The jackpot has been building since Nov. 1. There were no winners during Friday’s drawing, bringing the total to a whopping $206 million.
There’s a tantalizing mystery on Staten Island: who won the $72 million jackpot?
Mike Barth, who bought the winning ticket at a newsstand in downtown Albany last Friday, said the group’s fortune was sealed by the “fickle finger of fate.”
A lottery official says a winning ticket for the Mega Millions lottery jackpot worth $319 million has been sold at a variety store in Albany, N.Y.
Mega Millions fever is getting even hotter across the Tri-State Area as the jackpot swells to the sixth-highest in the drawing’s history.
Lottery officials confirmed that two winning tickets were sold, one each in Idaho and Washington State.
Lottery players in the tri-state area got the chance to vie for the seventh-largest lottery prize in U.S. history on Tuesday, a $355 million Mega Millions jackpot — or about $208 million if taken as a lump sum.
By Billie Rama, Managing Editor CBSNewYork.com NEW YORK (CBSNewYork)–Lottery players in states that play Mega Millions — including New York and New Jersey — are getting the chance to vie for the seventh-largest lottery prize in […]
If you play the Mega Millions lottery, it’s time to pull out that lucky rabbit’s foot and wish upon a shooting star because the third largest jackpot ever since New York joined the game will be drawn on Tuesday.
Heading into Friday night’s drawing, the Mega Millions jackpot is up to $242 million — and it’s generating a ticket-buying frenzy at area lottery outlets.
Rikers Island corrections worker Garina Fearon said she plans on using the money to help family members in Jamaica and send her two daughters to private school.