Small Breed Puppies For Sale in OHIO – Press Release

Premier Pups sells well-bred puppies from reputable breeders

Nov 25, 2020 – Johnstown, Ohio – Premier Pups matches owners to a puppy that is right for them. Premier Pups has small breed puppies for sale in Ohio. The puppies are carefully chosen from reputable breeders across Ohio. All breeders are USDA certified and raise the puppies in a healthy environment, where their physical and emotional needs are met. The health, well-being, and temperament of the puppies is extremely important, and the team at Premier Pups works hard to meet these needs. Premier Pups has a variety of small breed puppies for sale including Yorkie, Morkie, Maltese, Pomeranian, and more.

Premier Pups has small breed puppies for sale in the following areas:

  • Ohio (Columbus, Youngstown, Canton, Cleveland, Dayton, Cincinnati, Toledo, Akron)

  • West Virginia (Wheeling, Charleston, Morgantown)

  • Indiana (Indianapolis, Evansville, Bloomington)

  • Kentucky

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Sale of U.S. utility PPL’s British unit faces delay as Brexit looms: sources

LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) – The sale of British power utility Western Power Distribution (WPD) faces delays to at least the first quarter of 2021, partly due to uncertainty over whether Britain will leave the European Union without a trade deal, sources close to the matter said.

Current owner U.S. utility PPL Corp in August launched the sale of WPD, which has a regulatory asset value of 7.7 billion pounds ($10.1 billion) with the help of U.S. investment bank JP Morgan , to focus on its U.S. operations.

Based on its earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) at 1.25 billion pounds ($1.67 billion) for the financial year ended in March, WPD could fetch a valuation of up to 12 billion pounds.

Despite PPL’s gauging the interest of European utilities and investment funds, the power group has attracted just a small number of potential bidders, the sources said.

The next regulatory

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This Former HGTV Dream Home Is for Sale and It Includes a Charming Boathouse That Literally Sits on the Water

When it comes to winning HGTV’s Dream Home contest, you’ll just have to play your odds. But if you’ve ever wanted to live in one of the stunning homes built exclusively for the network’s annual sweepstakes (see also: HGTV’s Smart Home and Urban Oasis ), it just got a lot easier. A former HGTV Dream Home located in Tyler, Texas just hit the market and it could be yours for $1.7 million.



a small boat in a body of water: A former HGTV Dream Home located in Texas just hit the market. See inside this gorgeous waterfront property that includes a two-story boathouse.


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A former HGTV Dream Home located in Texas just hit the market. See inside this gorgeous waterfront property that includes a two-story boathouse.

This 5,264-square-foot home is (aptly) an absolute dream. Built in 2004 and raffled off in 2005, this waterfront home doesn’t just offer stunning views of Lake Tyler, but it comes with a literal floating boat house, separate from the main house.

The charming one-bedroom boathouse boasts a kitchen, and

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Aimco puts Evanston Place apartments near Northwestern University up for sale

Evanston Place, which opened in 1989, is one of the biggest multifamily properties in suburban Chicago to hit the market in 2020, an extremely slow year for large apartment sales. The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the market, and many investors remain wary of big deals.

But the suburbs have been surprisingly stable, with occupancies and rents holding steady. The coronavirus and civil unrest over the summer have not diminished the appeal of suburban living as they have in the city. Some suburban properties are even gaining tenants who have left Chicago.

Evanston Place’s biggest plus: its location. The nine-story building sits on the edge of downtown Evanston, a short walk to lakefront parks and beaches, kitty-corner from a Whole Foods Market and a block from the gates of the Northwestern campus, a big driver of demand for apartments.

A new owner could boost the property’s income and value by renovating

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User data stolen from event organizing service Peatix offered for sale online

Event organizing service Peatix Inc. has suffered a data breach with the details of up to 6.77 million users offered for sale online.

The data breach, reported to have occurred earlier this month, included full names, usernames, emails and hashed passwords. According to ZDNet today, the user data was being advertised for sale via Instagram Stories, Telegram channels and on several different hacking forums.

The data was stolen via an unspecified “unauthorized access” that occurred between Oct. 16 and 17. The company, which has offices in both Japan and New York, disclosed the incident via a press release in Japanese Nov. 17. TechCrunch Japan reported that the data stolen primarily consisted of government event-related data, specifically from Kagoshima, Saitama, Utsunomiya City, Fukui City and Miyazaki City. It’s not clear whether any data from users outside of Japan was also stolen, but the company does have customers outside of Japan.

Peatix

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Ford designer’s 2017 Ford GT up for sale

You can now buy a 2017 Ford GT owned by the man who designed it. The personal car of Ford vice president of design Moray Callum is being offered for sale by Canepa at an undisclosed price.

Callum personally led the GT design team, which worked in the utmost secrecy. As the oft-quoted official story goes, the GT was designed in a basement room at Ford’s Dearborn headquarters, not only because it was out of the way, but because it didn’t have key-card access, ensuring no one would stumble upon the skunkworks studio accidentally.

The GT was created to win the GTE Pro class at the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans in celebration of Ford’s 1966 overall win—which it did. Ford set up an application process for the limited run of GT road cars to guard against speculative flipping. That included a mandatory two-year waiting period before selling a

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History for Sale: Georgetown gem opens to rice fields of the Black River | Georgetown Times

GEORGETOWN — A beautiful brick home with an accompanying brick walkway that takes you through a partially shaded backyard with camellias and azaleas surrounding you as you walk to the gorgeous view of rice fields on the Black River.

Sound like the start of a romance movie? Well, it should. It’s hard not to fall in love with this 55-year-old beauty at 295 Freeman Drive in Georgetown. Perched on a high bluff, its original owners have kept the home, both inside and especially outside with incredibly-maintained landscaping, in beautiful condition.



The home at 295 Freeman Drive, Georgetown.

The home at 295 Freeman Drive, Georgetown.



The 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath home features formal living and dining rooms, a den with nearly floor-to-ceiling glass doors and a fireplace, a kitchen with wide cabinets and ample cabinet space, and a separate breakfast room. Natural light brightens the property in nearly every room and provides gorgeous views of the

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Several SLC bar owners plan to sue state over alcohol sale mandate

SALT LAKE CITY — On Monday, Gov. Gary Herbert extended the public health order requiring bars and restaurants to stop serving alcohol after 10 p.m.

READ: Mask mandate stays, social gatherings loosened under new Utah COVID-19 orders

Kirk Bengtzen, the owner of Twist Bar & Bistro, said the news of the health order being extended was the breaking point. Now, close to 10 bar owners plan to sue the state of Utah, Bengtzen said.

“Don’t require us to shut down and threaten to fine us up to $10,000 and potentially take away our liquor license if we continue to do business, yet offer no help. It doesn’t make sense,” he said.

If shutting things down is the best thing, Bengtzen said, he is fine with that as long as there is some help provided to restaurant and bar employees.

“There is no assistance for me to take care of these

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The Most Expensive Piece Of Land For Sale In Darien

DARIEN, CT — This 2.88 acre piece of land on Contentment Island Road in Darien has stunning water views, and it is the most expensive parcel for sale in town, according to realtor.com.

“Prime waterfront parcel features a peninsula with unique rock outcroppings creating a significant private sheltered cove area,” the listing reads.

The property is on the market for $10.5 million, and is presented by Mary Lopiano with Halstead Real Estate.

  • Address: 25 Contentment Island Rd, Darien, Connecticut
  • Price: $10,500,000
  • Square Feet:
  • Bedrooms:
  • Bathrooms: 0 Baths
  • Built: 1916
  • Features: Incredible opportunity to build your dream home on this high waterfront 2.88 Acre property with its own private sandy beach in Darien exclusive Tokeneke Association. Just minutes to the Darien-NYC train station. First time offered in over 30 years. PRIME waterfront parcel features a peninsula with unique rock outcroppings creating a significant private sheltered cove area. High buildable area offers
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Council authorizes Pedri to pursue sale of former juvenile jail | News

Luzerne County Council has authorized county Manager David Pedri to negotiate the sale of the county’s former juvenile detention center in Wilkes-Barre.

Council voted 7-4 on Tuesday to have Pedri  work out a final deal for the sale of the long-shuttered building to Roy Castillo, of Castillo Real Estate LLC.

Castillo, a Wilkes-Barre resident and business owner, offered to pay $50,000 for the 1.93-acre property off North River Street. He plans to convert the first and second floors of the three-story structure into commercial office space and convert the third floor into loft-style apartments.

Councilman Walter Griffith objected to the resolution authorizing Pedri to finalize the deal, which council would need to approve.

The county should not sell the property, which could be used for “a whole host of reasons,” Griffith said.

Councilwoman LeeAnn McDermott, chair of council’s real estate committee, noted that “having someone in that property is so

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