The mural at the intersection of Crystal and First Streets in Lancaster city. (Source: Lancaster Public Art)

Headlines:

Some LGH nursing staff protesting mandatory Covid-19 vaccine requirement: Even though about 2/3 of nursing staff at the medical center are vaccinated, there are some who are protesting the vaccine and the mandatory vaccination policy.  (Source: WGAL)

Lancaster County commissioners propose Juneteenth as a county holiday: “Now that Juneteenth is a state holiday … I think the board should consider having Juneteeth be a county holiday (starting) in 2022,” County Commissioner Craig Lehman said on Tuesday. Commisisoners Josh Parson and Ray D'Agostino said the county's holiday schedule will be a topic of discussion later this year. (Source: LNP)

Lancaster LGBTQ+ Coalition to provide Pride Month-themed Covid-19 vaccination clinic: The free vaccination clinic on June 27 will feature an interactive salsa lesson and performance by DJ Ecliptic. The clinic follows another, held this past weekend, that featured ballroom performance. (Source: ABC 27)

Artists chosen for Lancaster city public art project: A project team has selected artist Fern Dannis, along with Peter Barber of Two Dudes Painting Co., to create an artful intersection in the Cabbage Hill neighborhood of SoWe. (Source: LNP)

• Pa. Democratic leaders want to use stimulus to repair crumbling schools: Democrats in the legislature are pushing for a massive one-time investment in schools with aging infrastructure and problems like exposed asbestos and flaking lead paint. (Source: WITF)

National/world roundup: Biden at NATO, ready to talk China, Russia, soothe allies. (Source: AP) Putin dismisses criticism of hacking, internal crackdowns. (Source: NBC News) Novavax Covid-19 vaccine over 90% effective. (Source: USA Today) Wasabi the Pekingese wins Westminster Dog Show. (Source: UPI)

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