Russin President Vladimir Putin speaks on state television. (Source: Russian Presidential Press Service)
Russin President Vladimir Putin speaks on state television. (Source: Russian Presidential Press Service)

Headlines:

Lancaster County conducts point-in-time homelessness count: The annual count serves as a benchmark for assessing the unhoused population and service needs. (Source: ABC 27)

PCAD holds 14th Designathon: Students design logos and marketing materials for local nonprofits during a single 12-hour stretch. (Source: LNP)

School lunch programs struggle with supply chain, staffing issues: The shortages are impacting procurement budgets, Hempfield School District food services director Alaina Melendez said. (Source: WGAL)

A Q&A with United Way of Lancaster County's equity director: “As an immigrant and a woman of color with a Muslim faith, I have seen both sides of the United States,” Aiza Ashraf said.  (Source: LNP)

Lancaster County to receive $19.5 million from opioid settlement: The first payment is expected to be released in April. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: Russia invades Ukraine. (Source: USA Today) Two prosecutors in Trump probe resign. (Source: ABC News) Gov. Abbott directs Texas to investigate minors' gender transitioning procedures as child abuse. (Source: Houston Chronicle) Colin Kaepernick launches 'Autopsy Initiative.' (Source: NPR) Postal Service defies EPA, won't shift to electric vehicles in fleet replacement. (Source: CNN)

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