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United Way of Lancaster County


Wednesday, March 8

In these images from online video, Lancaster resident Andrew Marshall speaks to the School District of Lancaster board on Tuesday, March 7, 2023. (Source: School District of Lancaster)

• SDL board hears from community over superintendent pick: The board’s next move is uncertain after candidate Rocky Torres withdrew from consideration. (Source: LNP) Many community members and school staff want the board to pick acting Superintendent Matt Przywara. (Source: WGAL)

• Penn State Hershey deploys robotic camera: The high-tech bronchoscopy system assists with early detection of lung cancer. (Source: ABC 27)

• Lawmakers react to Shapiro budget: Key Republicans called for less spending overall, but praised the governor’s position on funding career training and law enforcement, among other things. (Source: Capital-Star)

• Lititz Moravian Church denies permission for Pride festival at park: Church leadership reportedly reversed itself six months after granting permission to Lititz Chooses Love to hold the event at Lititz Springs Park. (Source: LNP)

• Mastriano considering Senate run: In an interview, the hard-right Republican said he built a movement of 2.2 million people and intends to keep it alive. (Source: Politico)

• Nation/world: Two dead in Mexican kidnapping; two survivors recuperating at U.S. hospitals. (Source: BBC News) Florida Republicans introduce 6-week abortion ban legislation. (Source: UPI) Dominion filings show Tucker Carlson’s private disgust with Trump. (Source: NBC News) Musk apologizes for mocking handicapped Twitter employee. (Source: NPR) Toni Morrison honored with forever stamp. (Source: CBS News) Events worldwide mark International Women’s Day. (Source: AP)