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United Way of Lancaster County


Tuesday, March 5

The mouth of Cuffs Run on the Susquehanna River. Inset map shows the footprint of a reservoir the proposed hydroelectric project would create. (Source: Lancaster Conservancy)

• Commonwealth Court says raw election data files aren’t open records: The court overturned a Lycoming County court ruling that would have granted access to Heather Honey. (Source: ABC 27)

• Reading High School opens study lounge for homeless students: The Knight’s Keep is an expansion of the Knight’s Closet, a food bank. (Source: WITF)

• Residents hear about Cuffs Run project: Public comment is open on the proposed hydroelectric facility, which would flood 580 acres of land and displace 50 property owners. (Source: Fox 43)

• Fun Time Cinemas closes theaters: Its three sites included Kendig Square 6 in Willow Street. (Source: WGAL)

• State police to expedite body cam rollout: The pledge comes as a state trooper who was not wearing a body cam is being accused of excessive force during a Philadelphia traffic stop and arrest of city official Celena Morrison and her husband. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Nation/world: Supreme Court says states can’t remove Trump from ballot. (Source: CNBC) 16 states casting primary ballots on Super Tuesday. (Source: UPI) Father of school shooter on trial for manslaughter. (Source: ABC News) Haitian gangs attack airport. (Source: AP) Fired Twitter executives sue Elon Musk. (Source: CBS News) UN finds ‘clear and convincing’ information that Hamas raped hostages. (Source: CNN)