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Tuesday, Feb. 27

The Listrak building in Warwick Township. (Source: Listrak)

• Overheated exhaust fan caused Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant fire: During renovations, the restaurant operation is relocating temporarily to the Revere Tavern, owners said. (Source: CBS 21)

• Airbnb operator challenges city Building Code Board of Appeals: In an appeal filed in county court, Vincent Palazzotto’s company Melody Investments claims the board did not follow proper procedures and that its makeup flouts state law. (Source: LNP)

• Lancaster County man sentenced in Jan. 6 attack: Cameron Edward Hess, 27, must spend nine months in prison after being convicted of obstructing law enforcement. (Source: LNP)

• EMU campus to relocate: Eastern Mennonite University’s Lancaster campus is moving from Greenfield Corporate Center to the Listrak building in Warwick Township. (Source: ABC 27)

• County Prison inmate transferred to Cumberland County dies: Donald Hess, 56, died Saturday of natural causes, officials said. He had been admitted to Lancaster General Hospital in January, then transferred to SCI Camp Hill so he could receive more medical attention. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Biden suggests a Gaza cease-fire is possible next week. (Source: NBC News) Biden, Congressional leaders to meet as shutdown looms. (Source: CBS News) Macy’s to shut down 150 stores. (Source: USA Today) Wendy’s to implement ‘surge pricing.’ (Source: ABC News) Medical college will offer free tuition thanks to $1 billion gift. (Source: NPR)