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United Way of Lancaster County


Tuesday, Nov. 21

Kate Zimmerman (Source: Provided)

• Kate Zimmerman: Her journey to leading United Way of Lancaster County: LNP profiles the local United Way’s new president and CEO. (Source: LNP)  

• Gov. Shapiro details ‘Getting Stuff Done’ approach: The Pa. Press Club hosted the governor to close out its 2023 speaker series. (Source: Capital-Star

• Group seeks to replace Scholastic book fairs with right-wing alternatives: SkyTree Book Fairs claims to offer a “Pro-God, Pro-America” slate of books written by conservatives. (Source: WITF | LNP)

• Fewer Pa. children being vaccinated: Measles vaccination levels have dipped below the level needed to prevent outbreaks, medical experts warned. (Source: WITF| PennLive)

• Pa. Supreme Court to hear dispute between former DA’s attorneys, county commissioners: Kleinbard LLC says Lancaster County owes it for legal bills accrued by Craig Stedman. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Record travel volume expected over Thanksgiving weekend. (Source: AP) Appeals court says voters can’t sue over Voting Rights Act violations. (Source: NPR) Hamas says truce with Israel is near. (Source: UPI) X sues Media Matters over report linking ads to pro-Nazi content. (Source: CBS News) Eagles beat Chiefs in rematch of Super Bowl teams. (Source: NBC News) Rolling Stones announce 16-city U.S. tour. (Source: USA Today)