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Monday, April 24

Lancaster Lions Club volunteers pick up litter along the Conestoga Greenway Trail during a 2022 cleanup event. (Source: Lancaster Lions Club)

 Lancaster Lions Club turns 100: Lions Club International President Brian Sheehan will speak at the local club’s 100th anniversary celebration on May 17. (Source: LNP)

 Official struck by monster truck at Buck Motorsports: The victim is in stable condition at Lancaster General Hospital after Sunday’s incident. (Source: CBS 21)

 Township pupervisors conference opens in Hershey: The annual convention continues through Wednesday, offering presentations and workshops on local government as well as networking opportunities. (Source: ABC 27)

 Paradise Township mulls ending fee waiver for nonprofits: The township has no formal policy, but has typically not charged churches and community benefit organizations for permits. One possibility is a half-price rate. (Source: LNP)

 Pa. House reconvenes: Agenda items include a constitutional amendment that would open a two-year window for victims to sue perpetrators of child sexual abuse. (Source: Capital-Star)

 Nation/world: Diplomats evacuated from Sudan amid conflict. (Source: ABC News) Nine teens wounded in Texas shooting. (Source: UPI) Former police officer who killed Daunte Wright released from prison. (Source: CNN) Bed Bath & Beyond: Bankrupt. (Source: NPR) Cities convert offices to housing. (Source: AP)