Thursday, February 28, 2013
Pa. lottery officials are waiting for the owner of a Cash 5 lottery ticket worth $225,000 to claim his/her prize.
The owner of a Cash 5 ticket worth $225,000 from the Feb. 24 drawing sold at Hess, 4002 Chestnut St., Emmaus hasn't claimed his/her prize yet, lottery officials told Patch on Thursday. It sometimes takes a few weeks for the winner to come forward, they said. The ticket correctly matched all five balls, 06-12-14-15-26, to win a jackpot of $225,000, less 25 percent federal withholding. The Hess store will get $500. Cash 5 winners have one year from the drawing date to claim prizes. There's also another Cash 5 winner somewhere in our area. A ticket worth more than $371,000 from the Feb. 22 drawing was sold at Hess, 3640 Route 309, Orefield. That ticket correctly matched all five balls, 02-17-23-24-36, to win a jackpot of $371,418.50, less 25 …
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Hess in Emmaus sold a winning lottery ticket worth $225,000 and officials are waiting for the winner to claim his or her prize
- On Patch
Tuesday, February 26
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Pennsylvania’s newest attorney general Kathleen Kane said the administration’s contract to privatize management of the Pennsylvania Lottery is unconstitutional and not statutorily authorized.
Tuesday, February 19
By Melissa Daniels | PA Independent HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Kathleen Kane rejected the governor’s contract with Camelot Global Services to manage the Pennsylvania Lottery. Kane said the contract “contravenes the Pennsylvania Constitution and is not statutorily authorized.” Related Op-Ed: A Bad Gamble: Pa. Lottery Privatization Gov. Tom Corbett’s administration entered the contract — a professional management agreement — with Camelot in January. The Office of the Attorney General is required by state law to review contracts for “form and legality.” In this case, the Camelot PMA failed to meet that test, according to a letter from Kane’s office to the administration sent early Thursday. State officials in the Department …
Saturday, January 19, 2013
A British company poised to manage the Pennsylvania Lottery plans to boost the bottom line by getting more people to play lottery games.
Saturday, January 19
By Melissa Daniels | PA Independent HARRISBURG — A British company poised to manage the Pennsylvania Lottery plans to boost the bottom line by getting more people to play lottery games. But some lawmakers are skeptical. Senate Finance Committee Minority Chairman Sen. John Blake, D-Lackawanna, said he still has reservations about the Corbett administration’s pursuit of a private management agreement with Camelot Global Services, even after a four-hour hearing Monday. The process was done without legislative oversight, and that worries Blake. “This is a scale of a decision that probably should’ve been, I would’ve preferred and I think the leadership in my caucus and many members in my caucus would’ve preferred, was something that was put to …