Mil­lion-dol­lar Powerball ticket sold in Ocean City

Baltimore Sun - - AROUND THE REGION -

No one won the Powerball jackpot Wed­nes­day night, but a $1 mil­lion ticket was sold in Ocean City. Lot­tery of­fi­cials say the ticket was pur­chased at the 7-Eleven con­ve­nience store at 11911 Coastal High­way. The re­tailer will re­ceive a $2,500 bonus for selling the win­ning ticket. The win­ning num­bers Wed­nes­day were 7, 32, 41, 47, 61 and Power Ball 3. The Ocean City ticket matched all five num­bers but missed the Power Ball. In ad­di­tion, there were more than 35,000 other win­ners across the state. This is the sixth sec­ond-tier Powerball ticket win­ner sold in Mary­land this year. The win­ner has 182 days to claim the prize at Mary­land Lot­tery head­quar­ters, 1800 Washington Blvd., Bal­ti­more. The holder of the win­ning ticket is en­cour­aged to sign the back. Satur­day’s Powerball jackpot has an es­ti­mated an­nu­ity value of $403 mil­lion.


Ly­dia Caprarella, right, of West­min­ster and Marika Mills of Hopewell Junc­tion, N.Y., work up an appetite as they run in the Y Turkey Trot Char­ity 5K in West­min­ster on Thanks­giv­ing morn­ing. The event was spon­sored by the YMCA of Cen­tral Mary­land.

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