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Thursday, Sept. 15

A rendering of a commercial section of the proposed Oregon Village development in Manheim Township. (Source: Rettew)

• Oregon Village developer appeals zoning denial: The appeal contends that Manheim Township’s decision used information that wasn’t part of the official case record. (Source: LNP)

• Gov. Wolf announces $25.4 million for electric vehicle infrastructure: The federal money will go toward charging stations and a data network. (Source: ABC 27)

• U.S. Education Secretary visits Lancaster: Pennsylvania Miguel Cardona said federal funding can help school districts to address teacher and counselor shortages. (Source: CBS 21)

• Lancaster Bible College expands online programs: It now offers 35 degree and certification courses. (Source: LNP)

• Policy on LGBT issues in education could hinge on gubernatorial race: A win by Doug Mastriano could allow legislation to advance that limits discussion of gender and sexuality in public schools. (Source: Spotlight PA)

• Nation/world: Tentative deal reached to avert railroad strike. (Source: CNN) Judge temporarily blocks Ohio abortion ban. (Source: UPI) Florida flies migrants to Martha’s Vineyard. (Source: AP) Patagonia founder transfers company to nonprofit to fight climate change. (Source: NPR) Putin, Xi to meet today. (Source: UPI)