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United Way of Lancaster County


Monday, March 18

Penn State students pose for a photo during the university’s Capitol Day lobbying event in 2022. (Source: Penn State)

• Dual demonstrations planned outside drag queen story hour: Lancaster Pride and a Moms for Liberty member have both secured permits to gather outside the Lancaster Public Library on Saturday. Meanwhile, a second story hour performance has been added due to demand. (Source: LNP)

• Pa. Lottery announces outage during IT upgrade: The organization said players will be unable to buy tickets at retail sites Tuesday until the switchover is complete. (Source: WGAL)

• Penn State students visiting Harrisburg to advocate for funding: The university’s annual “Capitol Day” builds support for the university’s appropriation. (Source: ABC 27)

• Humane PA holds ‘St. Catty’s Day’ at Lancaster shelter: The event offered cats to adoptive homes for $3.17. (Source: ABC 27)

• Nation/world: Israel raids Gaza’s largest hospital. (Source: NPR) Putin wins rubber-stamp election. (Source: USA Today) Multiple shootings, one dead in Jacksonville Beach. (Source: ABC News) Supreme Court hears social media case. (Source: Politico) Ohio declares state of emergency after storms. (Source: UPI) Report: Children killed 157 people in unintentional shootings last year. (Source: NBC News)