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United Way of Lancaster County


Tuesday, Nov. 28

An aerial view of Sunnyside Peninsula. (Source: City of Lancaster)

• Ongoing state budget impasse hurts libraries, community colleges, nonprofits: Organizations are having to lay off staff, take out loans and curtail services while they await funding being held up by the holdup in passing fiscal code bills. (Source: Spotlight PA)

• Lancaster seeks design proposals for Sunnyside Peninsula: The city’s comprehensive plan calls for creating a nature preserve there. (Source: LNP)

• County housing market is exceptionally tight: Fewer than 300 homes are for sale in Lancaster County. (Source: ABC 27)

• Teamsters local negotiating five contracts: Union leaders say their members want better wages and working conditions after the pandemic. (Source: WGAL)

• Rendezvous Steak Shop to open Friday: It will occupy space at Landis Place on King, built on the site where the popular restaurant stood for decades. (Source: LNP)

• Nation/world: Israel, Hamas extend cease-fire. (Source: AP) Trump to testify again in fraud trial. (Source: UPI) Hunter Biden to testify before House Oversight Committee. (Source: NBC News) Rescuers reach men trapped in tunnel in India. (Source: CBS News) Texas Supreme Court to hear abortion case. (Source: Reuters) Today is Giving Tuesday. (Source: NPR)