Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Here is where you can buy your Powerball tickets.
The Powerball jackpot will hit $350 million for Wednesday’s drawing. Though not the largest Powerball cash payout, the jackpot is inching closer to the $384 million that was given out in November 2012 in Arizona and Missouri. If you live in Foxborough, there is no shortage of locations to buy a Powerball ticket, which costs $2. Stores on the lottery list include: Cumberlands, Express Mini Mart, Foxboro Mobil, Foxboro Shell, Foxboro Sunoco, Foxboro Wine & Spirits, Route 1 Liquior Market, Stadium Gulf, Stop & Shop and The Country Store. For a complete list of lottery agents, go to the Massachusetts State Lottery site. TELL US: We want to know – if you were to win the $350 million jackpot, what is the first thing you would buy with your …
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
As no one has won Powerball for 16 consecutive tries, the estimated jackpot for Wednesday’s drawing is $550 million. Tell us in the comments what you would do if you won.
The $550 million question being asked everywhere this week is what would you do if you won the Powerball jackpot Wednesday? For the last two months, no one has been lucky to win the Powerball lottery. So Wednesday's estimated jackpot is $500 million – the largest jackpot in Powerball history. Powerball is pulled Wednesdays and Fridays and is played in 42 states, including Massachusetts and all six New England states. According to Powerball, the odds of winning the jackpot is 1 in 175 million. The odds of getting all 5 numbers and not the Powerball, earning $1 million, is 1 in 5 million. We took to Facebook to see what Patch readers would do if they won $500 million. Here’s what they had to say: So Foxborough, we want to know … what would …
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Timothy P. Cahill, the former state treasurer and candidate for governor, pleaded not guilty to charges that he used state funds in his run for governor.
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Former State Treasurer Timothy P. Cahill of Quincy plead not guitly to the allegations he used $1.5 million taxpayer money from the state lottery in his 2010 run for governor in Suffolk Superior Court in Boston. “Today is a beginning of a long process that will result in the end of my name being cleared and my reputation being restored,” said Cahill. “No one used public money to produce and run a campaign ad.” Cahill’s former chief of staff, Scott Campbell, and former lottery chief of staff, Alfred Grazioso Jr., are also facing charges in the case and they also pleaded not guilty All three charged were released on personal recognizance. A tentative trial date has been set for Sept. 24. Read more at the Boston Herald at http://www.…