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Tuesday, Nov. 14

Scott LaMar, host of “The Spark” on WITF-FM. (Source: Provided)

• The Spark to broadcast at ExtraGive: WITF’s flagship talk show will devote its Friday show to the community fundraising event, broadcasting live from LNP’s headquarters from noon to 1 p.m. (Source: WITF)

• Ware Center displays veterans’ artwork: The exhibit, “With Courage and Creativity,” continues until Thanksgiving. (Source: ABC 27)

• UGI donates pickup truck to Veterans Grove: The truck will be used for snow removal and other maintenance tasks at the tiny-home community for veterans. (Source: CBS 21)

• 17 local workers share in labor law settlement: U.S. Department of Labor investigators found that 40 Plaza Azteca restaurants violated the Fair Labor Standards Act. Workers at the 1700 Fruitville Pike site will receive about $14,000 each as part of an $11.4 million overall settlement. (Source WGAL)

• Residents sound off at Quarryville Public Library board meeting: The library has been in the news over its LBGTQ+ materials. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Palestinians call for hospital evacuations. (Source: AP) 60,000+ expected at ‘March for Israel’ in D.C. (Source: UPI) Supreme Court adopts ethics code. (Source: NPR) Jockeying continues over House Speaker’s funding proposal. (Source: USA Today) Inflation was flat in October. (Source: CNBC) Fox News reporter sues network over election lies. (Source: NBC News)