A gas station in northwest suburban Algonquin sold a $150,000 winning lottery ticket for Monday night’s Lucky Day Lotto drawing.
The winner, who has not yet come forward, bought the Quick Pick ticket at BP Amoco at 1469 S. Randall Rd. in Algonquin, and matched all five numbers—01-08-18-37-45, according to the Illinois Lottery.
BP will receive a $1,500 bonus, 1 percent of the prize amount, for selling the winning ticket.
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All the scores from the Class 3A and 4A baseball games this weekend in Joliet.
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