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United Way of Lancaster County


Tuesday, April 25

Children enjoy coloring during a block party in northeast Lancaster in 2018. (Source: Northeast Neighbors United)

 Lancaster announces Mayor’s Neighborhood Month: Planned events for May include four block parties and a presentation of the city’s draft comprehensive plan. (Source: LNP)

 Cell phone caught video of Buck Motorsports accident: The victim of Sunday’s collision, Mike Cooney, of Maine, suffered a fractured hip and brain bleed, according to his fiancé. (Source: WGAL)

 Pa. House committee approves LGBGQ+ anti-discrimination bill: The Judiciary Committee’s vote sends the legislation to the full House. (Source: ABC 27)

 McCaskey gets grant for girls STEM lab: The $30,000 from the state Department of Education will fit out a lab for use beginning in 2023-24. (Source: LNP)

 Students rally for community college funding: The system is Pennsylvania’s most affordable higher education option, and more than half of its 200,000+ students are from minority groups. (Source: ABC 27)

 Nation/world: Biden announces re-election bid. (Source: ABC News) Tucker Carlson out at Fox News. (Source: CBS News) Jury selection begins in Trump-Carroll sexual assault trial. (Source: Politico) Sudanese generals agree to brief truce. (Source: AP) North Dakota governor signs near-total abortion ban into law. (Source: UPI) CNN fires Don Lemon. (Source: USA Today)