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Monday, March 11

Da’Vine Joy Randolph accepts her Oscar for Best Supporting Actress on Sunday, March 10, 2024. (Source: Getty)

• Local Muslims celebrate start of Ramadan: The Islamic Community Center of Lancaster is holding nightly prayers and community meals to break each day’s fast. (Source: LNP)

• Farmers, lawmakers debate proposed ag innovation program: Gov. Josh Shapiro proposes spending $10.3 million to help farmers implement technology upgrades. (Source: Spotlight PA)

• Da’Vine Joy Randolph wins Oscar: The former Hershey and Capital Area School for the Arts Charter High School student won a Best Supporting Actress trophy for her performance as Mary Lamb in “The Holdovers.” (Source: ABC 27)

• Columbia to oppose Cuffs Run, support ICE: The borough council opposes plans for a hydroelectric facility nearby; and plans to draft a resolution upholding immigration law. (Source: LNP)

• Bridge replacements begin: PennDOT is working on spans on Strasburg Road in Paradise Township; Maple Shade Road over Coopers Run in Colerain Township and Walnut Run Road over Walnut Run in Strasburg Township. (Source: WGAL)

• Nation/world: Netanyahu rebuffs Biden’s Gaza criticisms. (Source: USA Today) Britt accused of misleading in SOTU response. (Source: CBS News) “Oppenheimer” wins big at Oscars. (Source: Variety) Kate Middleton apologizes for edited photo. (Source: ABC News) U.S. evacuating non-essential personnel from Haitian embassy. (Source: UPI) NAACP leader advises Black athletes to boycott Florida over anti-DEI policy. (Source: NBC News)