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United Way of Lancaster County


Tuesday, May 10

(Source: Hempfield School District)

(Source: Hempfield School District)
(Source: Hempfield School District)

• Manheim Township supervisors to vote June 28 on Oregon Village: The board voted against admitting new testimony in the case. Three recusals by board members have been rescinded. (Source: LNP)

• Officials hold Capitol event on addiction prevention: This week is Pennsylvania Prevention Week. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Hempfield school board expecting earful over drag event: The investigation into the controversial performance remains under investigation and is not on the board's agenda for its meeting this evening. (Source: LNP)

• High demand driving a real estate sellers' market: In Lancaster County, home prices are up 17% year-over-year. (Source: CBS 21)

• GOP gubernatorial candidates support fracking, oppose RGGI: All nine candidates say they want to increase fossil fuel production, saying it will create jobs and promote energy independence. (Source: State Impact NPR)

• National/world: Russia targets Odesa in effort to disrupt Ukrainian supply lines. (Source: AP) Senate passes bill extending security protection to Supreme Court justices' families. (Source: UPI) Ferdinand Marcos Jr. wins Philippines election. (Source: Reuters) Rogue corrections officer Vicky White dies of self-inflicted wounds. (Source: CNN) McConnell comments raise possibility of nationwide abortion ban. (Source: NPR)