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Wednesday, April 5

The Mount Joy Post office has been renamed for Harold Billow, inset. (Source: Provided)

 Pa. launches disability-inclusive education pilot program: Schools can apply online for a grant to implement the curriculum. (Source: Capital-Star)

 Lancaster County hires new HR director: Christina Peddigree previously worked for the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency. (Source: LNP)

 York County nonprofit displaced due to I-83 widening: PennDOT is offering the Chinese Cultural & Arts Institute just $100 for the property it leases, where it says it has made $400,000 in improvements. (Source: Fox 43)

 Shapiro budget proposes creating restricted fund for state police: It could stabilize funding and free gas tax revenue for road repairs, but critics worry it would reduce flexibility and accountability. (Source: Spotlight PA)

 Mount Joy post office renamed for WWII veteran: The late Harold Billow was the last known survivor of the Malmedy massacre. (Source: ABC 27)

 Nation/world: Trump pleads not guilty, lashes out in evening speech. (Source: UPI) Liberal Janet Protasiewicz wins Wisconsin Supreme Court seat. (Source: NPR) Progressive Brandon Johnson wins Chicago mayor’s race. (Source: NBC News) Taliban bars Afghan women from working for UN. (Source: CBS News) Ukraine PM Zelensky visits Poland. (Source: AP) U.S. Department of Education floats Title IX rule on transgender athletes. (Source: USA Today)