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Central PA farms, land, cabins, and country homes for sale

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Specialists in marketing Farms and Rural Lifestyle properties.


We have been Central Pennsylvania’s premiere resource for buying and selling rural property for over 30 years.

From fishing and hunting cabins to highly productive farms and everything in between.

We work together to successfully connect buyers and sellers. Give us a call, and let us help you find the best rural property to fit your needs.

Specialists in marketing Farms and Rural Lifestyle properties.


We have been Central Pennsylvania’s premiere resource for buying and selling rural property for over 30 years.

From fishing and hunting cabins to highly productive farms and everything in between.

We work together to successfully connect buyers and sellers. Give us a call, and let us help you find the best rural property to fit your needs.

Specialists in marketing Farms and Rural Lifestyle properties.


We have been Central Pennsylvania’s premiere resource for buying and selling rural

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Flour+Water chef-owner welcomes guests back to Central Kitchen after brief closure

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After months of temporary closure, Thomas McNaughton, executive chef-owner of Flour+Water, has reopened his casual dining restaurant Central Kitchen in the Mission District.

The restaurant reopens Friday as Central Kitchen Wine Bar and will serve guests in a heated courtyard attached to Flour+Water Pasta Shop at 3000 20th St. Guests will enjoy pasta prepared inside the shop in addition to other Italian plates.

“Being a casual restaurant and wine bar with epic outdoor seating in San Francisco excites us,” McNaughton said in a statement. “We want guests and friends to enjoy simple food, thoughtfully prepared alongside a broad and playful list of both classic and natural wines.”

ALSO: One Market brings New York deli staples to downtown San Francisco

Wine director Samuel Bogue has partnered with McNaughton and chef Ryan Pollnow and has chosen six natural wines from around the world to showcase on the menu. A 2017 pinot gris

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Central Pa. man who shot secret bathroom videos of 15-year-old girl denied break on prison term

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A central Pennsylvania man who secretly shot nude bathroom videos of a teenage girl will be staying in prison after a state appeals court panel denied his appeal of his multiple child-sex convictions.

In an opinion by Senior Judge John L. Musmanno, the Superior Court rejected James A. Doll’s argument that police shouldn’t have been allowed to use the computer-based evidence they amassed against him.

Doll, 45, of Greencastle, claimed his computers were off-limits as evidence because his wife had no authority to give investigators permission to seize and search the devices for child pornography. He also insisted the search warrants police used to seize his computers weren’t sufficiently specific.

On those computers, police said they found child pornography, including videos Doll had secretly filmed of his accuser when she was 15.

Doll came under investigation in 2017 after the girl reported he had touched her inappropriately and had tried

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Central Garden & Pet Announces Pricing of $500 Million of Senior Notes

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Central Garden & Pet Company (NASDAQ: CENT) (NASDAQ: CENTA) (“Central”), announced today it has priced an offering of $500 million aggregate principal amount of 4.125% senior notes due 2030 (the “notes”), which represents an increase in the offering size of $100 million from the previously announced offering of $400 million. The sale of the notes is expected to close on October 16, 2020, subject to customary closing conditions. The notes will be unconditionally guaranteed on a senior basis by each of Central’s existing and future domestic restricted subsidiaries who are borrowers under or guarantors of Central’s senior secured revolving credit facility or guarantee Central’s other debt. Central intends to use the net proceeds from the offering to redeem its outstanding 6.125% senior notes due 2023 (the “existing notes”), and to pay related fees and expenses, with the remainder for general corporate purposes.

BofA Securities, Inc, J.P. Morgan Securities LLC and

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Light Up Your Kitchen With This Central Perk Neon Sign From ‘Friends’

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Halloween is right around the corner—which means it’s officially time to bring out the jack-o’-lanterns, watch scary movies, buy your costume(s), and hang up your festive decorations. Although there are thousands of decorations to choose from, you don’t have to blow your budget while decking out your house or apartment in honor of the spooky season this year. With a little guidance, you’ll find plenty of ways to create the perfect ambiance at home without going for broke. (And best of all, you can put the money you saved toward extra Halloween candy to stash away.)

From giant spiders to hanging ghosts and lawn decorations, here are a few of our favorite props under $25.

1. Halloween Pillow Covers (4-Pack); $17

These adorable Halloween-themed pillowcases make the perfect accessory for any couch, sofa, or mattress. Made with thick linen fabric, these are durable, sturdy, and designed to last for seasons

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Central Garden & Pet Announces Offering of $400 Million of Senior Notes

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Central Garden & Pet Company (NASDAQ: CENT) (NASDAQ: CENTA) (“Central”), announced today it has commenced an offering, subject to market and other conditions, of $400 million aggregate principal amount of senior notes due 2030 (the “notes”). The notes will be unconditionally guaranteed on a senior basis by each of Central’s existing and future domestic restricted subsidiaries who are borrowers under, or guarantors of, Central’s senior secured revolving credit facility or guarantee Central’s other debt. Central intends to use the net proceeds from the offering, together with cash on hand, to redeem its outstanding 6.125% senior notes due 2023 (the “existing notes”) and to pay related fees and expenses.

BofA Securities, Inc, J.P. Morgan Securities LLC and Truist Securities, Inc. will serve as joint book-running managers for the offering, and BMO Capital Markets Inc., KeyBanc Capital Markets Inc. and U.S. Bancorp Investments, Inc. will serve as co-managers.

Copies of the prospectus

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Central Garden & Pet Company: Trading At Fair Value (NASDAQ:CENT)

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After an impressive run-up in price, shares in Central Garden & Pet Company (CENT) are taking a breather, retracing from their 52-week highs, and currently trading at $37.8 per share.

The company has benefited from the change in consumer behavior as restrictions were placed to combat the spread of COVID. We have seen that strength translate to retailers such as The Home Depot (HD), Tractor Supply (TSCO), and competitor Scotts Miracle-Gro (SMG), all showing impressive year-to-date results and pointing to an industry enjoying the tailwinds from a shift in discretionary spending towards categories such as gardening and pets, as consumers find themselves with more time spent at home.

As it relates to CENT, the company’s Q3 was its best-performing quarter in its history driven by robust consumer demand. The company ended the quarter with $495M in cash and a leverage ratio of 2.4x, within management’s targeted range.

While the company

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The Ringer Fundraiser for World Central Kitchen

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Join The Ringer in raising money for World Central Kitchen.

WCK’s relief team is working across America to safely distribute individually packaged fresh meals in communities that need support—including takeout for children and families and deliveries for seniors who can’t venture outside. They’re now serving tens of thousands of meals daily in New York City, Washington, D.C., Little Rock, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco and other cities.

WCK has also formed #ChefsForAmerica—a coalition of restaurants and tech companies working together to provide meals to Americans who need assistance.

They’re supporting hospital workers who are doing their jobs in wartime-like conditions, as well as local restaurants that have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis. How are they doing that? By launching initiatives across America to deliver fresh, hot meals to hospitals and clinics fighting on the front lines.

Visit the WCK website to learn about initiatives like Frontline Foods, Off Their

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Conservatory Garden – Central Park Conservancy

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Central Park’s 6-acre formal garden is an oasis within an oasis with an especially grand entrance. Located at 105th Street and Fifth Avenue, the magnificent wrought-iron Vanderbilt Gate was made in Paris in 1894 and originally stood at Fifth Avenue’s Vanderbilt Mansion.

Through the gate is the Italianate Center Garden, which features a large lawn bordered by yew hedges and a 12-foot jet fountain with stairs leading to the majestic Wisteria Pergola. On either side stand exquisite allées that showcase rows of crabapple trees, bursting with pink and white blooms every spring.

To the north, the French-style Garden offers spectacular seasonal displays of tulips each spring and Korean chrysanthemums in autumn, all within an ellipse of Japanese holly. At the Garden’s center stands the Untermyer Fountain, featuring the Three Dancing Maidens by German sculptor Walter Schott.

The intimate English-style South Garden bears special significance for literature lovers. At its heart

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