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United Way of Lancaster County


Wednesday, March 9

(Source: Lancaster Parking Authority)

(Source: Lancaster Parking Authority)
(Source: Lancaster Parking Authority)


Pa. Supreme Court hears arguments on mail-in voting: Plaintiffs are arguing that Act 77, which many of them voted for, is unconstitutional. (Source: Spotlight PA)

Hospitals regroup after omicron wave: Two years into the Covid-19 pandemic, health care workers say they're struggling to cope with stress. Administrators fear staffing shortages as employees leave the profession. (Source: Fox 43)

Church bands together for Ukrainian refugees: Members of Bethany Slavic Church in Ephrata have raised about $150,000 for the Ukraine War Refugee Aid Fund. (Source: WGAL)

Lancaster city raises meter parking rates: By a 5-2 vote Tuesday, City Council approved the hike from $1.50 per hour to $2.50 per hour. It will take about a month to switch over all the meters and kiosks. (Source: LNP)

National/world roundup: Ukrainians evacuate Kyiv suburbs. (Source: AP) Russian law criminalizes calling Ukrainian invasion an 'invasion.' (Source: USA Today) HUD says Texas discriminated in flood relief. (Source: ABC News) Congress passes law to shore up postal service. (Source: AP) Extinct 10-armed cephalopod named for Biden. (Source: UPI)