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Thursday, July 14

Armstrong Flooring’s Lancaster plant, 1067 Dillerville Road. (Source: LoopNet)

• Bankruptcy judge approves Armstrong Flooring sale: The ruling finalizes the $107 million sale to AHF Products and Gordon Brothers. (Source: LNP) In an interview AHF’s CEO said more than 80% of Armstrong workers will be retained. (Source: LNP)

• PIAA proposal would let high school athletes profit from endorsements: Not allowing such deals would incentivize star players to relocate to other states, the organization said. (Source: WGAL)

• School District of Lancaster collecting luggage for college-bound students: Donations are being accepted through Aug. 6 at J.P. McCaskey High School (Source: ABC 27)

• Mastriano paid $5,000 to extremist social media platform: The payment to Gab was for consulting services, according to campaign filings. Gab routinely hosts antisemitic content, including posts by accused Tree of Life Synagogue shooter Robert Bowers. (Source: WITF)

• Nation/world: Man charged with rape of girl, 10, who had to leave Ohio to obtain abortion. (Source: USA Today) Biden defends trip to Saudi Arabia. (Source: CBS News) Yellen calls inflation “unacceptably high.” (Source: CNBC) Kevin Spacey pleads not guilty to sex charges. (Source: ABC News)