Monday Aug 11
Suffolk man wins $125,000 in Virginia Lottery game
Upon discovering his Virginia Lottery ticket was a winner, Daryle Halterman showed it to the clerk at the Gas N Go.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Winning Lottery Ticket Sold at Handy Dandy Market
A recent Virginia Lottery winner says he played his ticket in Woodbridge after he saw another winner from the area.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Local woman wins $150K Jennifer Ramos, an office manager at a dental...
Jennifer Ramos of Stafford County, an office manager at a dental practice, credits her mother for winning $150,000 in the Virginia Lottery.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Pollard Banknote Named Primary Scratcher Ticket Supplier for the Virginia Lottery
The five-year contract is set to begin The Virginia Lottery will benefit from Pollard Banknote's proven ability to develop unique instant game strategies and concepts.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Caroline man wins $100k from lottery A Caroline County man is the...
A Caroline County man is the fifth and final winner of the $100,000 top prize in the Crossword scratcher game from Virginia Lottery.
Carroll County Woman Wins $1 Million Prize in Virginia Lottery
When Carol Lammey of Woodlawn scratched her Winner Take All ticket from the Virginia Lottery, she thought something didn't look right.
Luray Man Wins $100,000 in Virginia Lottery
As Brian Knight of Luray scratched his 10x the Money Scratcher from the Virginia Lottery, he saw something he'd never seen before.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Arlington man wins $1 million in Powerball
An Arlington man has won $1 million in the Virginia Powerball - and came just one number shy of the $50-million jackpot.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Phone Scams Drive Virginia Lottery Campaign
It's a regular lottery marketing campaign: you can't play if you don't win. But the Virginia Lottery is hopeful commonwealth residents consider it a warning due to the rise in phone scams.
Virginia Lottery launches 'Play Smart' campaign to warn customers about fake lottery scams
Officials say the "Play Smart" campaign is aimed at informing both lottery players and non-players to be careful when someone tells they're told they've won a large prize.