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United Way of Lancaster County


Wednesday, April 26

The sign at LNP’s headquarters at 101 N. Queen St., Lancaster. (Photo: Tim Stuhldreher)

 Steinmans giving LNP newspaper to WITF: The transfer, to be finalized in June, will merge the two entities into a single locally owned and independent media organization. (Source: WITF) LNP will become a Pennsylvania B corporation, and a nonprofit, the Steinman Institute for Civic Engagement, will be created and underwritten by a donation from the Steinman Foundation. (Source: LNP)

 SDL to vote May 2 on appointing Keith Miles Jr. as superintendent: Miles is superintendent of Bridgeton Public Schools in New Jersey. (Source: CBS 21)

 Ephrata high school robotics team competes in Texas: The 2023 Vex World Championship is taking place in Dallas. (Source: WGAL)

 Appeals court: Lancaster County not responsible for former DA’s legal bills: When Craig Stedman, sued the county, his office had $5,000 allotted for legal fees, and he did not have the authority to encumber the county for more than that, the court said. (Source: LNP)

 Gov. Shapiro signs order to improve Pa. online services: His executive order establishes the Office of Digital Experience. (Source: Politics PA)

 Nation/world: Zelensky, Xi have ‘meaningful’ talk. (Source: UPI) Deadlock on debt limit continues as default nears. (Source: USA Today) Chief Justice Roberts rebuffs Senate committee request to testify on ethics. (Source: ABC News) Montana legislature silences transgender lawmaker. (Source: NPR) Mattel introduces Barbie with Down syndrome. (Source: AP)