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United Way of Lancaster County


Monday, May 13

All set for the Mother’s Day Truck Convoy on Sunday, May 12, 2024. (Source: Countryside Fuel & LP Gas)

• Hundreds participate in 35th annual Mother’s Day truck convoy: Since 1990, more than 11,000 trucks have participated, raising $9.2 million for Make-a-Wish. (Source: ABC 27)

• Penn State offers voluntary separation to branch campus employees: The university is offering a year’s salary and six months of subsidized health care to those who leave. (Source: ABC 27)

• Data released on Lancaster County tourism: Discover Lancaster says 10 million people visited in 2023, spending $2.5 billion and supporting 25,000 jobs. (Source: WGAL)

• Federal appeals court rules against Camp Hill lawn sign ordinance: The ordinance would bar residents from having more than two “personal expression” signs, such as those supporting political candidates, in their front yards before an election. The court upheld a lower court ruling that the measure infringed on the First Amendment. (Source: AP)

• Pequea Township becomes ‘non-sanctuary’ jurisdiction: The township joins other municipalities and Lancaster County government in pledging cooperation with immigration enforcement. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Michael Cohen testifies in Trump trial. (Source: UPI) First patient to receive a genetically modified pig kidney transplant dies. (Source: NPR) Airlines sue Biden administration over fee disclosure. (Source: Reuters) Duke U. students walk out on Seinfeld commencement speech. (Source: USA Today) Putin replaces defense minister. (Source: CNN) Israeli forces renew attacks in Jabalia in northern Gaza. (Source: BBC News)