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Friday, Sept. 30

The Lancaster County commissioners, at right, deliver a check for farmland preservation to the Lancaster Farmland Trust representatives at the farm of Larry McFarland, left, on Chiques Road in Rapho Township on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022. (Source: Lancaster County)

• Lancaster County company sending team to Florida: A team of eight to 10 people from ServPro will help with recovery efforts from Hurricane Ian. (Source: WGAL

• Lancaster police chief wants to build trust, set an example: Richard Mendez says he doesn’t necessarily want to be remembered as the city’s first Latino chief, but as someone who took care of his officers and the community. (Source: ABC 27

• Barnstormers on verge of Atlantic League title: The baseball team will sweep the championship series in three games if it beats the High Point Rockers tonight at Clipper Magazine Stadium. (Source: WGAL

• Lancaster Farmland Trusts celebrates ARPA grant: The trust will preserve 21 farms with $1.5 million approved by the county commissioners in August. (Source: LNP

• Nation/world: Hurricane Ian heads for South Carolina. (Source: NPR) At least 12 in Florida confirmed dead due to Ian. (Source NBC News) Putin signs treaty illegally annexing Ukraine. (Source: AP) Judge sides with Trump against special master. (Source: Washington Post) Six GOP-led states sue to block Biden student debt relief. (Source: UPI) Trevor Noah to leave Daily Show. (Source: CBS News)