Two public school teachers and a school administrator are sharing the spoils of last month’s record Mega Millions jackpot, planning trips to Europe, new homes and a daughter’s college education, Maryland Lottery officials said Tuesday.
Maryland Lottery officials say a person has come forward with the winning ticket in last month’s record-setting jackpot drawing.
The intrigue surrounding a Maryland woman who claims to have won last week’s record-breaking Mega Millions jackpot intensified Wednesday as her attorney held a press conference in Baltimore.
No one in Virginia may have won the Mega Millions jackpot, but lottery officials say the state’s public schools were big winners.
The Mega Millions winners — at least three of them — stayed out of sight. The losers, who could number 100 million, had plenty to say Saturday about losing out on the world’s largest-ever lottery jackpot and their dashed dreams of colossal wealth.
An official with the Maryland lottery says a record $640 million winning lottery ticket has been sold in Maryland, and there could be others nationwide.
Maybe he could buy the Washington Wizards to get more playing time if he wins the lotto.