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Friday, Dec. 9

The view on the Enola Low Grade Rail Trail looking east as the trail crosses North Church Street in Quarryville. (Source: Google Street View)

 • Quarryville receives $150,000 for trail connection: The money comes from Lancaster County’s American Rescue Plan Act allocation. Quarryville officials say that connecting to the Enola Low-Grade Trail will boost downtown retail. (Source: ABC 27

 • Rep. Smucker honors Charlie Smithgall in Congress: In a floor speech, Smucker paid tribute to the former Lancaster mayor, who passed away earlier this year. (Source: WGAL

 • Autism clinic opens in Harrisburg: NeurAbilites Health Care primarily serves children, using behavioral therapy to teach communication and socialization skills. (Source: CBS 21)

 • DA: General public not in danger after recent homicides: Investigators do not believe the shootings that killed three and injured two people in recent days were random acts, District Attorney Heather Adams said. (Source: LNP)

 • Nation/world: \Sen Kyrsten Sinema leaves Democratic Party. (Source: USA Today) Brittney Griner lands in U.S. (Source: UPI) GOP reconsidering antipathy to mail ballots. (Source: AP) South Korea to standardize age reckoning. (Source: CNN) FDA authorizes updated Covid-19 vaccine boosters for children under 5. (Source: NBC News)