There is just one more $15 million scratch lottery ticket out there somewhere in Massachusetts.
A Danvers woman hit it big in April, winning a $1 million lottery prize, according to the Massachusetts State Lottery.
For just the second time in Massachusetts Lottery history, someone has won $15 million from a scratch ticket.
A Melrose store owner is accused of paying a mentally disabled woman $940 for a winning lottery ticket worth $10,000.
A Norwood man truly doubled his luck this week by winning two $25,000-a-year for life prizes in the Massachusetts Lottery’s “Lucky for Life” game.
The Massachusetts Lottery is announcing its most expensive “scratch” ticket in history — with its largest instant win prize as well.
The “World Class Millions” instant ticket will cost $30 a piece, features more than $600 million in total prices, including four $15 million and 36 $1 million prizes. There are also more than 1.39 million prizes that range from $100 to $50,000.
The Massachusetts State Lottery posted a near-record profit for the state fiscal year from July 2012 to July 2013.
Former State Treasurer Tim Cahill vowed to fight corruption and fraud charges levied against him in an indictment announced on Monday.
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