Today’s news and information gleanings from here and there.
Quote for today … “UGI is ‘always willing’ to work with municipalities to improve communications, and will be happy to do so with Lancaster.” – UGI spokesman Joseph Swope in this Lancaster Online article about the condition of Lancaster city’s streets and funding issues.
Another quote … “These children are standing up for their rights to attend school and get an education without the fear of being constantly bullied. A child was pushed to the point of taking his own life, and these kids know why.” – Comment following this Lancaster Online article about another student suicide; this time in Donegal School District.
A third quote … “The one thing I hadn’t counted on was having a fiscal dependent — Penn Manor School District — that, yearly, deftly withdraws more than I could put aside in savings every annum.“ – From a letter-to-the-editor in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster.
- Don’t drink & drive! | Stepped up patrols to catch the offenders. – Lancaster Online
- “Clinical trials need volunteers like you” – Alliance for Aging Research
- How we got here | “The opioid painkiller and heroin epidemic, explained” – Vox
- “School immunization rules are changing this fall, and local districts have started spreading the message.” – Lancaster Online
- FREE Welding Training through LCCTC! | This 10 week/200 hour class earns the AWS D1.1 3G Unlimited Certification. Training includes the cost of a Workkeys Test, gloves, hood, safety glasses and materials.
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- AARP report: “Trump Calls for a Massive Cut in Medicaid”
- POTUS’s “ally-angering trip abroad, explained in 7 images” – Vox
- Cruelty | “Donegal High School students stage protest after ‘extremely negative’ Snapchat post” – Lancaster Online
- From Lititz to Lebanon | everything can happen with a vision and a plan! – “A goal is to obtain Main Street status to open the door to state grants.”