So, looks like that crazy infestation at Green Eggs could be just the start of a long, hot rat-filled summer in Philly.
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The opening hinges on whether or not they pass their final health inspection.
The state's agriculture will post reports from all over Pennsylvania.
The idea was quickly shot down in Pittsburgh.
Needless to say, the project has encountered its share of setbacks.
Dead rodents, rodent droppings, and a deadbeat owner all add up to one dismal bar.
Downey’s: Was It Worth Rescue–ing?; McDonald’s Playgrounds Are Infested With Gonorrhea and Meningitis
Plus: Paperwork and Minnesota's government shutdown could make MillerCoors beers illegal; and wheat, corn, meat and dairy prices are expected to continue rising, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Food takes center stage at British pubs as beer sales drop and alcohol taxes increase; and Houlihan's is closed after a kitchen fire, all in our morning news roundup.
Upgrades to the building's electric were required to make it compliant with 2011 codes.
Penn State Blocks Chick-fil-A From Imposing Its Values on Students; White Dog Cafe in Wayne Exacerbates Parking Shortages
Plus: Kuwait charges a blogger $18,000 in fines for writing a negative review of Benihana; and BJ's Wholesale Club goes up for sale, all in our morning news roundup.
Society Hill Tops the List of Best Neighborhoods For Trick-or-Treating; Takeru Kobayashi Considers Wing Bowl
Plus McDonald's pays a manger in Brazil $17,000 because he gained weight form eating the Golden Arches' food, and China's well-heeled enjoy single-malt Scotch, all in our morning news roundup.
Fired Muslim Truck Driver Who Refused to Deliver Beer Files a Civil Rights Lawsuit; Blogs Gain Credibility in the Food World
Plus Pottstown's historic Brick House may go up for sheriff's sale, and people in Iowa pay bus fare with food, all in our morning news roundup.
Zitner Candy Corp. Gears Up For Easter; Public-School Cafeteria Workers Union Blames Failed Health Inspections on Cleaning Supplies
Plus the Times asks readers for spaghetti taco-like food mash-ups, and a UK chef finds a perfectly round egg, all in our morning news roundup.
More Than Half of Philly Schools’ Cafeterias Failed Recent Health Inspections; Community Gardens Boom in Camden
Plus the McRib is finally going national, and L.A. spoils food truck fun with inspections, all in our morning news roundup.
A health department inspection found that Vento wore excessive jewelry.
Missing sneeze-guards, lack of hand washing stations and mouse infestations are among the violations.
The pols have company in the cafeteria