Central Pennsylvania Food Bank volunteers pack food in this undated photo. (Source: Provided)
Central Pennsylvania Food Bank volunteers pack food in this undated photo. (Source: Provided)

Headlines:

Food banks continue to meet unprecedented need: The Lancaster County Food Hub says 40% of the families it's serving had not needed assistance before Covid-19. Blessings of Hope says it's distributing 5 times more food than in 2019. (Source: WGAL)

Consumer confidence increased in Lancaster County: Optimism about vaccines is likely the cause of March's jump in consumer confidence. (Source: LNP)

Ballot questions written by Wolf administration faulted for lack of clarity: The two questions were about giving the General Assembly the power to end a disaster declaration. The Department of State failed to word the questions in a way that gave people the “information they need to make an informed decision," said Berwood Yost, director of the Center for Opinion Research at Franklin & Marshall College. (Source: Spotlight PA)

National roundup: Ten people killed in mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado. (Source: Reuters) AstraZeneca says U.S. trial data shows 79% effectiveness against Covid-19. (Source: NBC) Federal agency says AstraZeneca trial "may have included outdated information." (Source: NBC) Evanston, Illinois, becomes 1st U.S. city to approve reparations for Black residents. (Source: USA Today) About 7 in 10 American parents are worried about their children falling behind academically. (Source: AP)

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