Jane Holland sold property at 501 Forest Ave. to Brandon and Krissie Reed for $210,000.

Longshore Places LLC sold property at 65 N Jackson St. to SFR3 LLC for $72,900.

Bradford Woods

Curtis Roger Mcintyre trustee sold property at 504 Delmar Road to Cynthia Lotzmann for $450,000.

Eric Tola sold property at 700 Woodland Road to Peter Kaup for $460,000.

Franklin Park

Weihua Feng sold property at 1526 Brimfield Drive to William and Samantha Caruthers for $455,000.

Dean George sold

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a living room filled with furniture and a table: Modern decor is being replaced by comfortable pieces. Michael Robinson/Getty Images

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  • Modern home decor has gone out of style as a result of the pandemic.
  • Instead, people are choosing more comfortable pieces for their homes.
  • But modern decor has felt out of place in houses for years, turning homes into places made for being looked at rather than actually living your life. 
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In my childhood home, there were roosters everywhere. 

No, my home wasn’t filled with live animals; my mom paid homage to the fluffy creatures with our decor.

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a man wearing a suit and tie: Thomas Boatright (Courtesy Pottawattamie County Jail)

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Thomas Boatright (Courtesy Pottawattamie County Jail)

COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (WOWT) – A man accused of secretly recording juvenile boys in the bathroom of his home has made a deal with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, but he won’t be getting out of federal prison anytime soon.

The allegations against Thomas Boatright are disturbing on a number of fronts.

The teenage boys were in the country as part of a foreign-exchange program. The defendant was the coordinator of the program helping line up the students with host families in addition to hosting two boys himself.


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Feb. 5—With COVID-19 ravaging Idaho, it might seem crazy to open a new business.


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For Loose Screw Beer Co., it would feel nuts not to.

The Garden City brewery and tasting room will debut a second, larger Meridian taproom at noon today at 1511 W. McMillan Road. The 2,200-square-foot gathering spot will welcome the community with shuffleboard, foosball, arcade games and comfy furniture.

Pandemic or not, co-owner Chris Hughes is letting out a sigh of relief.

“We’ve just been delay after delay after delay,” he said in a phone interview. “We’ve been dying. Because Garden City doesn’t generate

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SOMERVILLE – Somerset County has introduced a new way for its 21 municipalities – and the county – to save money during austere times.

The county has started an online marketplace where municipalities can discover what services or equipment the county and other municipalities are offering to share.

Municipalities can also post what they have to offer for sharing.

It’s believed to be the first in the state, said County Commissioner Melonie Marano.

“The towns can work together,” she said. “It’s convenient and cost-effective.”

For decades, the mantra of “shared services” has been repeated by politicians at every level of

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Choosing the right heating system for your home is a big decision. Depending on the system, it can last from 10 to 20 years. This makes it incredibly important to take the time to investigate all of your options before you commit to the project.

Heating is also responsible for 42 percent of your overall energy bill, so the system you choose can dramatically impact your budget. Read on to learn about the different heating systems so you can determine which is best for your home.

Ducted Home Heating Systems

Ducted heating systems, also

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