Lottery officials made a major blunder — announcing the wrong town where the single winning Powerball ticket for a $758.7 million jackpot was sold. Officials initially said early Thursday that the golden ticket was sold at the Handy Variety convenience store in Watertown, Mass., near Boston. But the Massachusetts State Lottery issued a correction just...
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