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Tuesday, June 4

A tractor-trailer carrying an oversized load attempts to traverse Lancaster along North Lime Street on Monday, June 3, 2024. (Photo: Grace Henderson)

• Pa. legislators have one month to meet budget deadline: At issue is school funding and the use of about $3 billion in reserves. (Source: AP)

• Oversized load impedes traffic in 300 block of North Lime Street: The vehicle was too tall to pass under power lines and traffic lights and became trapped Monday evening. As of Tuesday morning, one lane of the street was open. (Source: ABC 27)

• Water systems face steep bills to eliminate ‘forever chemicals’: Lancaster has 65 monitored drinking water systems, of which 23 tested above federal limits. (Source: WITF | LNP)

• Suspicious package at Gettysburg Visitor Center contained fireworks: The center was shut down last week when the package was discovered. (Source: WGAL)

• Former Roburrito’s building set for renovation: Integrity First Capital plans to turn 221-227 N. Prince St. into a mix of apartments, rooming units and retail. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Election shows weaker support for India’s Modi. (Source: NBC News) Hunter Biden firearms trial gets under way. (Source: AP) Epoch Times CFO indicted for money laundering. (Source: NPR) Sen. Menendez, on trial for corruption, announces reelection bid. (Source: UPI) U.S. urges U.N. to accept Gaza ceasefire plan. (Source: AP)