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Powerball ticket sold in Center City hits $1 million

The ticket was sold at Loges Newsstand at 101 S. 18th Street, lottery officials announced today.

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A Powerball ticket sold at a newsstand in Center City didn't hit the jackpot, but still netted a cool $1 million.

The ticket was sold at Loges Newsstand at 101 S. 18th St., lottery officials announced today.

The $400 million Powerball jackpot hit in Lexington, South Carolina. The winner can accept a lump sum, which would total $233 million. The drawing is largest Powerball jackpot hit in South Carolina, and the fourth largest in Powerball's history.

A $2 million ticket was also sold in-state, at a Wegmans in Mechanicsburg, Cumberland County.

Both of the in-state tickets correctly matched all five white balls drawn, 07-10-22-32-35, but not the red Powerball 19.

The Mechanicsburg ticket included the Power Play option, which added another $1 million.

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