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United Way of Lancaster County


Wednesday, April 20

(Source: Red Rose Transit Authority)

(Source: Red Rose Transit Authority)
(Source: Red Rose Transit Authority)

• School District of Lancaster adjusts attendance zones: The school board on Tuesday approved a plan that will shift up to 439 elementary students and 285 middle school students beginning in 2022-23. (Source: Fox 43)

Northern York County School Board votes against allowing Satan Club: Hundreds of community members turned up to object to the club. (Source: CBS 21)

• Bus services drop mask mandates: Red Rose Transit Authority has made masks optional, as have other transit operations, in the wake of a federal judge striking down the CDC's mandate. (Source: WGAL)

• GOP gubernatorial candidates debate: Five candidates fielded questions on transportation funding, election law and cultural issues, but candidates Doug Mastriano, Dave White Bill McSwain and Lou Barletta, who are ahead in the polls, did not attend. (Source: WITF | PennLive)

• National/world: Ukrainian refugee count tops 5 million. (Source: ABC News | AP) Justice Department to appeal judge's mask ruling. (Source: UPI) Michele Obama's brother, wife sue private school. (Source: USA Today) Diocese of Camden, N.J., settles sex abuse claims for $87.5 million. (Source: CNN) Shanghai eases Covid-19 lockdown. (Source: AP)