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Thursday, Sept. 28

The Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office is holding a teddy bear drive. (Source: Lancaster County DA)

• Neighbors of Sickman’s Mill press complaints: They say the venue causes too much traffic and noise. Owner Joe Devoy is seeking a zoning special exception for recreational use. (Source: LNP)

• District attorney holds teddy bear drive: Bears can be dropped off through Oct. 7 at the County Government Center, the courthouse and the Lancaster police station or ordered online. (Source: ABC 27)

• State police to offer public demonstration of infrared cameras: The thermal imaging technology was used to capture escaped murderer Danelo Cavalcante earlier this month. (Source: WGAL)

• Airport receives grant for runway repaving: The Federal Aviation Administration has $5.6 million toward a total project cost of $19.5 million, almost all from federal sources. (Source: LNP)

• U.S. Senate adopts dress code requiring ‘business attire’: The resolution reverses Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s decision to allow casual dress, an apparent accommodation to Pennsylvania Democrat John Fetterman’s preference for hoodies and shorts. (Source: AP)

• Nation/world: Trump blasts EV mandate in speech to non-union car parts workers. (Source: UPI) GOP also-rans debate in California. (Source: CBS News) Republican-led committee convenes Biden impeachment inquiry. (Source: Reuters) Sen. Menendez, wife plead not guilty. (Source: NPR) Intransigent GOP rightists keep government on track for shutdown. (Source: UPI) ‘Dumbledore’ actor Michael Gambon dies at 82. (Source: BBC News)