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Monday, April 17

Participants enjoy the South Asian Association of Lancaster’s Holi festival in this 2018 file photo. (Source: SAAL)

 Lawsuit has major implications for religious rights: Gerald Groff’s case against the U.S. Postal Service, which scheduled him to work on Sundays, is before the Supreme Court. (Source: LNP)

 Lancastrians celebrate Holi festival: The event was hosted by the South Asian Association of Lancaster. (Source: ABC 27

 F&M professor analyzes Pa. voting trends: Berwood Yost, director of F&M’s Center for Opinion Research, found voters increasingly aligning their votes for state and national offices. (Source: WITF)

 SDL announces new superintendent candidate: Keith Miles Jr., the superintendent at Bridgeton Public Schools in New Jersey, will visit Lancaster on Tuesday for interviews with district officials. (Source: ABC 27)

 Fetterman expected to return to Senate today: Fetterman was discharged from Walter Reed Medical Center at the end of March after treatment for depression. (Source: WGAL

 Nation/world: 4 killed, 28 injured in shooting at Alabama birthday party. (Source: SpaceX launches ‘Starship’ rocket. (Source: NPR) Judge delays start of Fox-Dominion trial. (Source: UPI) Putin critic sentenced to 25 years for speech opposing Ukraine war. (Source: AP) ‘Phantom of the Opera’ closes after record 35-year run. (Source: CBS News) Justice Thomas continued to report income from company that closed in 2006. (Source: Washington Post)