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Tuesday, Feb. 28

Matt Przywara, left, and Rocky Torres. (Source: Provided)

• Lancaster County bans TikTok on government devices: The county’s IT department determined the Chinese-owned app poses a security threat. (Source: WITF)

• Parents grill school board members over superintendent pick: Acting Superintendent Matt Pryzywara should be chosen over Seattle’s Rocky Torres, parents told three School Board of Lancaster members. (Source: WGAL) Meanwhile, the teachers union is planning protests in support of Przywara. (Source: LNP)

• Local documentary on addiction recovery debuts: Penn Cinema screened the 20-minute film “No Matter What: A Family Story of Addiction Recovery,” produced by Lancaster County Joining Forces, on Friday. (Source: LNP)

• Bill would ban phone use while driving: State Sen. Rosemary Brown, R-Monroe, is announcing the bill at a media conference this morning. (Source: WGAL)

• Fetterman on a path to recovery’: The Democratic senator is continuing treatment for post-stroke depression. (Source: Fox 43 | AP)

• Nation/world: Murdoch admits Fox hosts endorsed election fraud. (Source: ABC News) Republicans question McCarthy over release of Jan. 6 footage. (Source: CNN) White House orders agencies to remove TikTok within 30 days. (Source: UPI) Japanese firms indicted over Olympic bid-rigging. (Source: NPR) Snowstorm bears down on Northeast. (Source: NBC)