An independent news publication of
United Way of Lancaster County


Tuesday, July 2

Kunzler & Co., 655 Manor St., Lancaster. (Source: OUL file)

• Kunzler plant in Lancaster is for sale: New owner Clemens Food Group said it wants to find a buyer “as quickly as possible.” Union reps said they are bracing for at least 60 layoffs. (Source: LNP)

• Coroner called to crash on Route 30 East: All eastbound lanes were closed near New Holland Pike after crews responded around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday. (Source: CBS 21)

• Lawsuit says Washington County disenfranchised mail-in voters: County officials did not inform 259 voters that their ballots were rejected, robbing them of the opportunity to fix the problems or vote provisionally, the ACLU of PA said. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Pa. House passes bills creating school lunch debt fund, Office of Child Advocate: They were among several pieces of legislation that now head to the state Senate for consideration. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Pennsylvanians can fish for free on July 4: The Fish & Boat Commission offers occasional “Fish for Free” days, allowing angling without a license on state waterways. (Source: CBS 21)

• June 2024 was Lancaster’s third hottest: Only 1943 and 2010 were hotter, according to local weather data. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Analysts say Supreme Court’s Trump decision imperils democracy. (Source: Washington Post) Trump seeks to void hush money conviction. (Source: AP) Hunter Biden sues Fox News. (Source: ABC News) Biden administration proposes workplace standards for excessive heat. (Source: AP) Israel launches airstrikes near Khan Younis. (Source: UPI) Beryl strengthens into Category 5 hurricane. (Source: NBC News)