New York Lottery
If you play the lottery in Brooklyn, you better check your ticket! Someone out there has only one week left to claim a $7 million prize.
The “$7,000,000 Golden Ticket” scratch-off was purchased at Just A Dollar at 20 North Main St. in New City.
The promise of millions from the New York Lottery attracts players and their hopes for quick cash attract scammers, like the con artists behind an official-looking email, complete with the New York Lottery logo.
New York Lottery officials are trying to track down the owner of a $1 million Powerball ticket purchased on Long Island in July.
The Powerball jackpot is expected to swell to an estimated $400 million after no ticket matched all of Saturday’s winning numbers.
Someone has been missing out on a $1 million fortune from an unclaimed New York state lottery ticket sold in Westchester County.
You’ve heard it all before: it only takes a dollar and dream. A Brooklyn teenager is living that dream.
28-year-old Brendan Riordan, a native son of Cavan (yes, Cavan, Ireland), had been playing the New York Lottery with the money he was saving having given up cigarettes – and he’s won big!
Police on Long Island say three people stole beer, cigarettes, and dozens of lottery tickets from a Williston Park store.
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.
Spokeswoman Jennifer Givner said that since June 1, MasterCard users have been billed as if they were taking cash advances.