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Tuesday, May 28

(Source: Lanco Golf Association)

• Lancaster Country Club gears up for U.S. Women’s Open: The tournament runs from Thursday through Sunday, with practice rounds taking place today and Wednesday. Due to the event, the New Holland Pike is closed daily from the Route 30 interchange to Eden Road. (Source: WGAL)

• Police investigate suspicious package at Gettysburg visitor center: Crews were dispatched around 7:15 a.m., and the public is being advised to steer clear of the area. (Source: CBS 21)

• Legislators decry secrecy around elder abuse investigations: The Department of Aging authorizes county-level Area Agencies on Aging, like Lancaster County’s Office of Aging, to investigate abuse and neglect complaints, but has withheld information on whether agencies are meeting their responsibilities and what corrective actions are required of those falling short. (Source: CBS 21 | AP)

• Martic Township decides against creating non-sanctuary resolution: Residents attending the supervisors’ May 6 meeting spoke in favor of the idea, but there’s no reason to pay for drafting a document that would not have legal standing, Supervisor Charles Stouff said. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Israel advances into Rafah. (Source: Reuters) Closing arguments begin in Trump trial. (Source: CBS News) Weekend storms kill at least 24. (Source: NBC News) T-Mobile to buy most of U.S. Cellular. (Source: AP) Staffing firm settles with Justice Department over “whites only” job posting. (Source: NPR) White House releases guidelines on carbon credits. (Source: UPI) Basketball great Bill Walton dies at 71. (Source: CNN)