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News: Tuesday, Nov. 17

The Lancaster Public Library (Source: Wikipedia)

The Lancaster Public Library (Source: Wikipedia)
The Lancaster Public Library (Source: Wikipedia)


Lancaster Library creates study hall for students to study, use wi-fi: The library's second floor is open three times a week for up to 12 students at a time to work on school work. Students are able to use the public Wi-Fi and study quietly under the supervision of a staff member or volunteer. (Source: LNP)

Rally at McCaskey High School to call for remote learning: Parents, staff and teachers plan to protest beginning at 5 p.m., prior to the School District of Lancaster board meeting. (Source: CBS 21)

Trump campaign lawsuit against Pa. heads to court today: U.S. Middle District Judge Matthew Brann told Trump's lawyers and the counties and state official they have sued to "be prepared for argument and questioning" in the case against the certification of Pa. election votes. (Source: CBS 21)

Pa. Senate axes second term for state victim advocate: The Senate voted 32-18 against Victim Advocate Jennifer Storm, who sources say angered GOP leaders with her outspokenness about high-profile sexual abuse cases. (Source: Spotlight PA)

National/world roundup: Biden urges Trump to cooperate in presidential transition. (Source: AP) Amazon launches online pharmacy in competition with drug retailers. (Source: Reuters) Who will be first to receive the eventual Covid-19 vaccine? (Source: AP) Category 4 Hurricane Iota deals one-two punch to Central America, makes landfall in Nicaragua. (Source: UPI)