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    Popular PA Lottery Games Getting New Names

    The Pennsylvania Lottery announced that some of its games are getting new names. Starting January 27, The Daily Number, that’s been around for nearly 38 years, will be called Pick 3. Big 4 will become Pick 4. Quinto will be called Pick 5. The lottery is also adding a new game called Pick 2 where players […]

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    Art of Aging – Food and Nutrition

    A nutritious diet is an important part of every lifestyle, especially senior living. Cooking, however, can sometimes be a challenge for seniors.  Today, the Art of Aging focuses on how you may qualify to have healthy meals delivered right to your door. Meals are free for qualified seniors! These meals are served at senior centers, or […]

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    Plan To Privatize PA Lottery Flops

    WILKES-BARRE – Several convenience store workers and senior citizens in Luzerne County said they were relieved after hearing that Governor Tom Corbett’s plan to privatize the PA Lottery will not happen. A statement from the governor’s office in Harrisburg said the highly-debated proposal for a company in the United Kingdom to run the PA Lottery […]

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    UK Company to Run PA Lottery

    HERSHEY — Pennsylvania will become only the third state to let a private company run its lottery system. That company is based across the pond, in Great Britain. Governor Tom Corbett explained why he went ahead with the deal Thursday in Hershey. For about 40 years the state has run the Pennsylvania Lottery and it […]

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    PA Senate Discusses Privatizing Lottery

    HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Senate Finance Committee gathered for a hearing Monday on the proposed privatization of the state’s lottery. Last Friday, Governor Tom Corbett came to a tentative $34 billion agreement with Camelot Global Services to manage the lottery.  Camelot is a British firm that runs the United Kingdom’s lottery. Gov. Corbett’s tentative agreement […]

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    PA Lottery Commission

    Find out if you’re a big winner.  Check all the winning lottery numbers by going to the Pennsylvania Lottery Commission website.