Best Buffets Restaurants in Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA - If you're looking for the best buffet in Pennsylvania, there are several options to choose from. These include Shady Maple Smorgasbord in East Earl, Dienner's Country Restaurant in Ronks, Chen's Mongolian Buffet in State College, and the Lititz Family Cupboard Restaurant in Lititz. These eateries offer authentic Pennsylvania Dutch cooking and are great for sharing a hearty meal.
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New Destructive Invasive Insect Found In New York State For First Time

New York State just got another destructive invasive pest, as if we needed any more. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation recently announced that the elm zigzag sawfly has been found in the state for the first time. It was detected at three locations in St. Lawrence County, including Wilson Hill Wildlife Management Area, Brasher State Forest, and Lost Nation State Forest.
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Xavi names injury hit 21-man Barcelona squad for Mallorca trip

Barcelona head coach Xavi has named 21 players for their return to La Liga action away at Mallorca tomorrow. La Blaugrana have been hit with a string of injuries to key players over the international break with four first team stars sidelined in the last week. Xavi vented his anger...

Pitt commissioners continue go-cart discussion

The Pitt County Board of Commissioners is scheduled to once again take up a request to amend county rules permitting the operation of go-cart tracks with electric vehicles. Staff will present information collected from a go-cart manufacturer about the amount of noise generated by the vehicles during Monday’s board meeting. The commissioners continued the public hearing on a request to amend the county’s zoning ordinance to reduce the minimum setback...
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Dutch inflation jumps to record high

The Hague, Oct 1 (SocialNews.XYZ) Inflation in the Netherlands has jumped to a record high of 17.1 per cent in September, which came as a blow to the Dutch government. "It is terrible... It is really extremely high," Xinhua news agency quoted Minister of Finance Sigrid Kaag as saying to local media on Friday.