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United Way of Lancaster County


Monday, April 1

The Transgender Day of Visibility rally in Penn Square on Saturday, March 30, 2024. (Source: Lancaster DSA)

• Community rallies in Penn Square to mark Transgender Day of Visibility: About 100 people attended Saturday’s event, hosted by the Lancaster chapter of Democratic Socialists of America. (Source: LNP)

• Federal grant will support Pa.’s largest solar project: The Department of Energy is awarding $90 million toward a 402-megawatt project being developed by Mineral Basin Solar in Clearfield County. (Source: StateImpact PA)

• Upcoming solar eclipse affecting schools, county governments: Erie County decided to extend its deadline for voter registration an extra day because of the crowds it’s expecting. (Source: WITF)

• Law allows veterans in therapy programs to fish for free: The measure applies to individuals in programs such as Project Healing Waters and Wounded Warriors. (Source: CBS 21)

• Nation/world: Crews work to clear wreckage from Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse. (Source: USA Today) Israel withdraws from hospital after two weeks. (Source: CBS News) Rep. Walberg stands by call to nuke Gaza. (Source: UPI) California raises minimum wage for fast-food workers to $20. (Source: NPR) AT&T says 73 million customers’ data released on dark web. (Source: ABC News) N.C. State makes NCAA Final Four. (Source: NBC News)