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Wednesday, March 22

“Light Up the Night” at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital takes place on Tuesday, March 21, 2023. (Source: Penn State Health)

• Central York school board to review book policy: The district, which drew national attention when it banned a list of anti-racism resources, is planning to create a rating system for library materials. (Source: WITF)

• Penn State Children’s Hospital hosts light-up night: More than 100 police, fire and ambulance services participated. (Source: CBS 21)

• City Developer proposes 130-unit apartment complex on North Prince Street: Ben Lesher previously developed Stadium Row and is working on The Yards at the Stockard Inn Site off Lititz Pike. (Source: LNP)

• Bill would equalize cash, E-Z Pass Turnpike fares: The sponsor, state Rep. Ed Neilson, D-Philadelphia, says the disparity unfairly targets infrequent turnpike users, forcing them either to acquire an E-Z Pass transponder or pay a penalty. (Source: WGAL)

• Lancaster Mennonite headed to state boys’ basketball championship: The defeated Holy Cross 51-40 on Tuesday evening. (Source: ABC 27)

• Nation/world: Trump’s indictment would cap decades of legal scrutiny. (Source: AP) Judge reportedly says evidence in Trump classified docs case shows “prima facie” evidence of crime. (Source: ABC News) Fed expected to hike interest rates amid bank failures. (Source: UPI) TikTok CEO to testify to House committee. (Source: NPR) Uganda outlaws identifying as LGBTQ. (Source: NBC News) Jack Daniel’s takes trademark fight to Supreme Court. (Source: CNN)