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Thursday, March 30

Attendees peruse the Lancaster Quilt Show on Wednesday, March 29, 2023. (Source: Lancaster Quilt Show)

 LG Health eliminates about 65 jobs: CEO John Herman said the health system needs to cut costs amid “historic economic challenges” in health care, and that none of the affected employees provided direct clinical care. (Source: LNP)

 Officials identify 5 remaining victims in factory explosion: Two victims of the R.M. Palmer Co. blast had been named previously. (Source: CBS 21)

 Fewer homeless congregating in Binns Park: A memo sent to county employees attributes the decrease to a mix of law enforcement and outreach. City renovations to the park are set to begin May 15. (Source: LNP)

 Value of Gov. Shapiro’s proposed essential-worker tax credit would depend on income: To receive the full $2,500, a police officer, nurse or teacher would have to earn nearly $82,000. (Source: AP)

 Bill would require carbon monoxide detectors at childcare facilities: The legislation passed the House Health Committee on Wednesday. (Source: CBS 21)

 Quilt show returns to Lancaster: More than 40 vendors are participating in the exposition, which continues through Saturday at the Wyndham Hotel and Convention Center. (Source: ABC 27)

 Nation/world: Vigil honors Nashville shooting victims. (Source: AP) House Democrats urge Republicans to act on guns. (Source: UPI) Russia detains U.S. journalist on espionage charges. (Source: NBC News) Army helicopters crash, killing 9. (Source: ABC News) Outgoing Disney board restricts powers of DeSantis-picked successor board. (Source: Bloomberg) 7 California police charged in 2020 death. (Source: ABC News) Vatican repudiates colonial “Doctrine of Discovery.” (Source: AP)