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Wednesday, March 13

Old Navy at Red Rose Commons. (Source: Goldenberg Group)

• Columbia man pleads guilty to burning Enola Low Grade Rail Trail bridge: Maxxwell Ray Redman Jr., 24, was charged in May 2020 for the crime committed April 12, 2018. (Source: WITF | LNP)

• Bird-in-Hand Family Restaurant & Smorgasbord to reopen at temporary site: While it rebuilds after a fire, it will offer lunch and dinner Tuesdays and Saturdays at the former Revere Tavern at 3063 Lincoln Highway East in Paradise. (Source: CBS 21)

• Four Red Rose Commons stores discontinue plastic bags: Home Depot, HomeGoods, Barnes & Noble and Old Navy appear to have been influenced by Lancaster Township’s ban, even though the shopping center is in Lancaster city. (Source: LNP)

• Hershey nonprofit launches GoFundMe: Cocoa Packs, which distributes weekly food packs to school children, is raising $500,000 for a headquarters with warehouse and office space. (Source: WGAL)

• Democratic Pa. candidates for attorney general debate: Keir Bradford-Grey, Eugene DePasquale, Joe Khan, Jared Solomon and Jack Stollsteimer discussed gun violence, drug addiction, abortion and TikTok. (Source: ABC 27)

• Nation/world: Biden, Trump clinch Democratic, Republican nominations. (Source: UPI) House to act on bill that could ban TikTok. (Source: NBC News) White House announces $300 million for Ukraine. (Source: ABC News) Judge approves Trump’s $92 million bond in Carroll case. (Source: AP) Hur testifies about Biden report. (Source: The Hill) Report: Major companies’ executive pay exceeds their tax bills. (Source: CBS News)