A screenshot of of the Pa. Treasury portal where state residents can search to see if they are owned money from the state. (Source: Pennsylvania State Treasury)
A screenshot of of the Pa. Treasury portal where state residents can search to see if they are owned money from the state. (Source: Pennsylvania State Treasury)

Headlines:

What the reduction in Covid-19 restrictions mean for Lancaster schools: With the exception of wearing masks, all other protocols in schools could shift, like the current attestation process or in-person graduation ceremonies. (Source: LNP)

Local restaurants' reactions to the state's Covid-19 restriction lift: Many owners describe the announcement as "a relief" and are excited for the return of normal capacity limits. (Source: WGAL)

The Pa. Treasury may owe up to $53 million to Lancaster County residents: The Treasury Department is holding more than 466,000 forgotten stocks and bank accounts, uncashed checks, recovered stolen items and other property belonging to state residents. (Source: LNP)

Healthcare providers pushing to vaccinate Pa.'s Amish and conservative Mennonite populations: Providers in Lancaster County have been networking with church communities, using pop-up vaccination sites in more rural areas of the county and advertising in Amish publications. (Source: WITF)

National roundup: Facebook board upholds Trump suspension. (Source: AP) Biden's Labor Department rescinds Trump rule affecting gig workers. (Source: Reuters) U.S. birth rate falls to lowest in more than a century. (Source: USA Today) Millions to receive tax refunds for unemployment aid. (Source: UPI) U.S. families, advocates mark day of awareness for Native victims. (Source: AP)

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