Pa. state Sens. Scott Martin, left, and Ryan Aument.
Pa. state Sens. Scott Martin, left, and Ryan Aument.

Headlines for Thursday, July 16, 2020:

Local legislators blast Gov. Wolf's Covid-19 order: The governor's new restrictions are excessive, one-size-fits-all measures and will cause "irreparable harm" to businesses, particularly tourism and hospitality, Lancaster County senators Scott Martin and Ryan Aument, both Republicans, said in a statement. (Source: WGAL)

Millersville Parade cancelled: It's among the thousands of events sidelined due to Covid-19. (Source: ABC 27)

Nonprofit to donate $50,000 to schools: Lancaster Masks, which coordinated the sewing of tens of thousands of masks for health care workers and others, is raising money for Lancaster County's 16 school districts through Donorbox. (Source: LNP)

Delaware removed from Pa. quarantine list: Eighteen states remain on the list, and people entering from them should quarantine for 14 days. (Source: WGAL)

National roundup: U.S. notches another 1.3 million new unemployment claims. (Source: UPI) Republicans to scale back national convention in Jacksonville, Florida. (Source: The Week) Study: Americans on enhanced unemployment spent more than when employed. (Source: Reuters) Russians accused of trying to steal vaccine research. (Source: NBC News) Georgia governor prohibits local governments from requiring masks. (Source: CBS News)

Tim Stuhldreher