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Thursday, Dec. 8

Volodymyr Zelensky (Source: Time)

• Developer proposes housing at Rockvale outlet center: Fernmoor Homes wants to demolish about one-third of the retail facilities and build 13 apartment buildings totaling 416 units. (Source: WGAL)

 • Acting education secretary Q&A: 2022 in review: Eric Hagerty said education is returning to normal and Pennsylvania is making progress on resolving bus driver and teacher shortages. (Source: CBS 21)

 • Elizabethtown votes to join EMS authority: The planned multi-municipal authority will charge an annual fee to households. (Source: LNP)

 • Judge tosses Berks County recount petitions: The ruling allows the county to move forward with certifying its election results. (Source: WITF)

 • Hershey Public Library eliminates late fees: The library says the fees are a barrier for users and don’t impact return rates. (Source: ABC 27)

 • Nation/world: Britney Griner released in exchange for Russian arms dealer. (Source: ABC News) White House unveils system to track opioid overdoses. (Source: NPR) Texas bans TikTok on government devices. (Source: UPI) Bill protecting same-sex, interracial marriages poised for passage. (Source: AP) New classified records found in Trump storage. (Source: CBS News) Time names Zelensky, ‘spirit of Ukraine’ Person of the Year. (Source: NBC News)