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United Way of Lancaster County


Tuesday, April 11

(Source: Busy Bodies Play Cafe)

 Busy Bodies Play Café to open at Ewell Plaza: The business, which offers open play for children up to age 6, will occupy the retail space next to the soon-to-open Lancaster Public Library. (Source: Fox 43)

 Shapiro administration launches abortion access website: The site provides information on medical and surgical abortion options (Source: CBS 21)

 Greenfield J&J plant sold: High Properties paid $14 million for the 144,000 square foot, which is being decommissioned, and hopes to lease it to a new tenant. (Source: LNP)

 Lancaster Restaurant Week returns: The promotion, fully in-person for the first time since the pandemic , 62, will run Monday, April 17, through Sunday, April 23. (Source: ABC 27)

 Pa. senator launches effort to allow community solar: State law allows utility-scale solar and individual residential projects, but not community subscription schemes. A bill sponsored by state Sen. Rosemary Brown (R-Monroe) would change that. (Source: StateImpact PA)

 Nation/world: Five dead in Louisville bank shooting. (Source: CBS News) U.S., Phillipines begin their largest joint military drills. (Source: BBC News) Biden heads to Ireland. (Source: ABC News) British doctors begin four-day walkout. (Source: UPI) Mother whose 6-year-old shot his teacher indicted. (Source: ABC News) Nashville Council reappoints ousted Tennessee Rep. Justin Jones. (Source: NPR)