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United Way of Lancaster County


Wednesday, Aug. 10

317 N. Queen St. (Source: Google Street View)

• Residents complain about city inaction on after-hours club: Scott Soost and Gary Ziffer blasted city officials for not doing more to shut down Legacy Social Lounge, 317 N. Queen St., linked to numerous disturbances, fights and two shootings. (Source: LNP)

• Mastriano cuts short Jan. 6 committee interview: The Republican gubernatorial candidate challenged the committee’s legitimacy, ending the online meeting after 15 minutes. (Source: WITF)

• Rep. Scott Perry says FBI seized his cell phone: The Congressman was heavily involved in former President Trump’s efforts to reverse Biden’s win in November 2020. (Source: WGAL)

• Candidate demands to review all mail-in ballot envelopes, hasn’t yet done so: It took county staff several weeks to redact information from 22,000 envelopes to fulfill the request of Mike Miller, who lost to state Sen. Ryan Aument in the May Republican primary. (Source: LNP)

• Harrisburg-based nonprofit promotes education in trades: Evolve Youth Trades Academy offers pre-apprenticeship programs for ages 12-18 in HVAC, plumbing, carpentry and electrical technology. (Source: ABC 27)

• Nation/world: Trump to testify today in N.Y. probe. (Source: NBC News) Trump supporters react with fury to Mar-a-Lago raid. (Source: CNN) Musk sells $7 billion in Tesla stock. (Source: CBS News) Inflation cools off slightly, stands at 8.5%. (Source: USA Today) Most Americans support eliminating electoral college. (Source: NPR)