Ambrosini’s, 1367 Wabash Ave. (4 Critical, 5 Non-Critical) — Pepperoni, sausage, supreme pizza on lunch buffet found at 117 to 126; should be 135. Sliced ham, spaghetti and Italian beef not marked with date of consumption. Chopper found with dried food debris. Stainless steel pans found stacked unclean. No sanitizer measured in dishwasher.
Kroger J-981 & Fuel Center, 2650 Wabash Ave. (2 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) — Stainless steel sheet pans in bakery and deli found with burnt-on debris. Sanitizer not registered at three-bay sink in bakery.
Baesler’s Market, 2900 Poplar St. (1 Critical, 5 Non-Critical) — Spray nozzle at three-bay sink in meat department found below the floor rim.
Little Caesar’s, 1834 Lafayette Ave. (1 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) — Handles on both handwash sinks found with pink debris.
New Day Café, 2919 S. Third St. (1 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) — Large containers of pasta not all marked with date of consumption.
Comfort Suites, 501 E. Margaret Ave. (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) — No sanitizer dispensing in three-bay sink.
McDonald’s, 3032 Wabash Ave. (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) — Pass-through trays found with built-up grease.
Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill, 2506 S. Third St. (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) — Black debris found on wait station soda nozzle casing.
Vigo County Jail, 201 Cherry St. (3 Non-Critical)
Umi Grill, 2002 S. Third St. (3 Non-Critical)
6th Avenue Bar, 796 Lafayette Ave. (1 Non-Critical)
Quality Inn, 555 S. Third St. (1 Non-Critical)
Save-A-Lot Store, 3 Plaza North Shopping Center (1 Non-Critical)
International House of Pancakes, 2901 S. Third St. (1 Non-Critical)
Baskin Robbins, 2 W. Honey Creek Parkway (1 Non-Critical)
Establishments with no violations:
Pear Tree Inn, 3050 W. U.S. 41 S.
Joe Muggs Coffee Shop, 3370 S. U.S. 41
Domino’s Pizza, 4408 S. Seventh St.
Subway No. 29157, 5785 S. U.S. 41
Monical’s Pizza, 3704 S. U.S. 41
AMC Showplace Theatres, 3153 S. 3rd Place.
AMC Showplace Theatres, 3131 S. 3rd Place.
Harvest Bakery, 715 S. 34th St.
Marine Corps League, 3006 N. 16th
Pizza Hut of Terre Haute, 2400 S. Third St.
Rod & Gun Club, 2525 Lambert
Approved to open:
Hickory Farms, 3401 S. U.S. 41
Harvest Bakery LLC, 905 S. 25th St.
Great Steak, 3401 S. U.S. 41
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Postcards from the war front
A native of France, Marie Decleir saw humanity at its worst as she experienced the death and destruction caused by World War I, which began 100 years ago today.
Watching Gordon make history
As race car drivers competed on the track on Sunday in Indianapolis, racing fans in Terre Haute gathered around television screens and watched history unfold during the “Crown Royal Presents, The John Wayne Walding 400 at the Brickyard.”
STATE OF THE STATEHOUSE: Inept amid partisan fury
Retired Congressman Lee Hamilton has warned of the perils of political ideology, calling the body where he spent 34 years “noxiously partisan.” Now, he worries the divide is downright dangerous.
Restaurant Inspections: July 28, 2014
Travel the interstate at your own risk.
Report: City‘s general fund to remain in red
The city’s general fund balance on June 30 remained deep in the red, even after Terre Haute received its twice-yearly property tax check from the state.
Interns, getting foot in the door, bring diversity to workplace
Shanya Tompkins interviewed with Coldwell Banker-Troy Helman Realtors, anticipating an eight-week, part-time summer internship.
Everybody get up and dance now
National Dance Day promotes dancing as part of a healthy, active lifestyle.
Man arrested after rollover kills teen girl
A Terre Haute man has been arrested and a teenager has died following an alcohol-related accident early today.
Sylvia Ann Adamson longed for privacy, so she invented a solution to that problem at “Camp Invention.”
Riley lion’s roar goes global
Linda L. Tincher has become the first woman from Indiana elected to serve as an international director for Lions Clubs International. She was chosen earlier this month during the clubs’ 97th international convention in Toronto, Canada.
Hundreds of people gathered at Bob Warn Field at Sycamore Stadium on Friday for a night of baseball, music, the “Green Man” and green shades.
Residents ‘stuff the bus’ with pencils, notebooks, backpacks
After exiting a Wal-Mart store in Clinton, Roger E. Richardson stopped his shopping cart Friday in front of a large yellow South Vermillion School Corporation bus.
Man faces 9 charges in homicide case
A Solsberry man faces nine criminal charges related to a July 18 homicide and rape in rural Greene County.
UPDATE: Rockville man dies after head-on collision
A Rockville man has died from injuries he sustained this afternoon in a two-vehicle, head-on crash on U.S. 41 north of Lyford.
Head-on crash leaves Rockville man seriously injured
A Rockville man was air-lifted to an Indianapolis hospital with serious injuries this afternoon following a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 41 north of Lyford.
Vigo County Jail Log: July 25, 2014
The following individuals were booked into the Vigo County Jail by area law enforcement on Thursday and Friday, based on jail records.
Measles case confirmed in Central Indiana
INDIANAPOLIS — State health officials have confirmed a case of measles in Central Indiana. The Indiana State Department of Health is working with local health departments and health care providers to identify additional cases of measles, and to prevent further transmission of the disease.
Fast food workers prepare to escalate wage demands
CHICAGO (AP) — Fast food workers say they’re prepared to escalate their campaign for higher wages and union representation, starting with a national convention in suburban Chicago where more than 1,000 workers will discuss the future of the effort that has spread to dozens of cities in less than two years.
4 doctors arrested after Indiana clinic raids
CARMEL, Ind. (AP) — Authorities say four doctors have been arrested on charges of improperly prescribing a drug used to treat painkiller addiction from several Indiana offices.
Holiday World plans new winged roller coaster
SANTA CLAUS, Ind. (AP) — The Holiday World amusement park in southern Indiana is building a new $22 million roller coaster that it says will launch riders to 60 miles an hour in 3.5 seconds, with a 14-story loop and four inversions.
Indianapolis pulls future support for Amtrak line
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — City officials in Indianapolis have cast the future of an Amtrak passenger line between Indianapolis and Chicago into doubt after deciding not to provide any additional money to subsidize that line.
Pence leading annual governor’s motorcycle ride
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Gov. Mike Pence is leading the annual governor’s motorcycle ride from the Statehouse through southern Indiana.
State asks judge to delay right-to-work ruling
CROWN POINT, Ind. (AP) — The Indiana attorney general’s office has asked a judge to put on hold his order striking down the state’s right-to-work law.
Voices from Auschwitz: Ties that bind
A message that has spread like wildfire across Europe can easily translate to America.
Minimum wage frozen after 5 years
Thursday marked the fifth anniversary since the federal minimum wage was increased, a wage U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez contends should again be raised.
ISU, CANDLES join to ‘illuminate the world’
Indiana State University and CANDLES Holocaust Museum are joining forces to educate current and future generations about the Holocaust, genocide and related issues.
50 years later, still business as usual
Junior Achievement of the Wabash Valley marked its 50th anniversary hosting a luau Thursday at the Ohio Building in Terre Haute.
Two semis collide; one driver injured
A semi-trailer driver from North Carolina was airlifted to Methodist Hospital Thursday after his vehicle collided with another tractor-trailer on Interstate 70 in far western Vigo County.
Valley talent returns for show tonight
Local musical collective Lunes Domingo is scheduled to be back at The Verve tonight to perform the last installment of its 2014 series.
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