Monday’s news items [Restaurant Week & more] – 2/26/2018

“Here’s How to Counter Fake News During a Disaster”Route Fifty

A case of police “undersight” | “With a nebulous state-approved contract, a council unaware of ongoing concerns, a city controller whose warnings weren’t heeded, and a mayor who took a hands-off approach to the matter, B-Three Solutions has been able to earn millions of dollars of taxpayer money with little scrutiny, all while building products that several sources say had problems.” – Public Source

restaurant week

We’re lucky – Columbia is right in the middle – restaurants in York and Lancaster are going all out with special offerings this week.

Lancaster City Restaurant Week

York Restaurant Week

Outpouring of letters to the editor in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster – mostly from McCaskey students.

From the Australian The Conversation, two articles on bullying:

  1. Combatting online bullying is different for girls and boys: here’s why”
  2. Bullying, threats and violence: report details the difficult job of a principal”

If only he was elected public servant … | Former Carlisle restaurant owner begs U.S. judge not to jail him for $139K tax fraudPenn Live

“Pipeline company to resume drilling at spill-prone Snitz Creek site”WITF

“Devastation” | “The granddaughter of a Lebanon County farmer wasn’t prepared for the trouble the Atlantic Sunrise pipeline caused.The Lebanon Daily News


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