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  1. The Buzz: Two women are bringing back this beloved old restaurant in south Redding - Redding Record Searchlight

    The Buzz: Two women are bringing back this beloved old restaurant in south Redding  Redding Record Searchlight

    Rich Barreau, who opened the Snack Shack in 1971, died in early December. Before he passed away, he sold the restaurant, and the new owners have big...

  2. Pig changes at Porchetta Shack - San Diego Reader

    Pig changes at Porchetta Shack  San Diego Reader

    #The first food story I ever wrote in San Diego covered then newly opened hole in the wall Carnitas Snack Shack. That's hole in the wall in the original sense:...

  3. Tiny Kenilworth Snack Shack Is Actually Grilled Cheese Heaven - Daily Voice

    Tiny Kenilworth Snack Shack Is Actually Grilled Cheese Heaven  Daily Voice

    Grilled cheese sounds so simple: Melted dairy goodness between two pieces of toast -- and butter. Actually, there are many ways to do it, and American Melts in...

  4. Dockside Seafood wins bid to run Snack Shack - Cape Cod Times

    Dockside Seafood wins bid to run Snack Shack  Cape Cod Times

    HARWICH — Selectmen on Monday night approved the signing of a five-year lease with Dockside Seafood Shack, LLC to manage the newly built Snack Shack...

  5. Kevin McClintock: Joplin woman creating a free food pantry for hungry pets - Joplin Globe

    Kevin McClintock: Joplin woman creating a free food pantry for hungry pets  Joplin Globe

    Working as a mental health professional for Ozark Center, Ann Leach befriended a homeless man and his *service* dog. While the man and his dog loved one...

  6. From a tiny home kitchen in Marina, a banana bread baker is growing a successful business. - Monterey County Weekly

    From a tiny home kitchen in Marina, a banana bread baker is growing a successful business.  Monterey County Weekly

    There are two kinds of people in this world: Those who love banana bread, and those who are savages with no taste.

  7. Food Establishment Inspection Report - March 28-April 3 - News - Austin American-Statesman

    Food Establishment Inspection Report - March 28-April 3 - News  Austin American-Statesman

    The Food Establishment Inspection Report is a weekly report that appears Sundays. Last week's report was delayed due to unforeseen circumstances.

  8. Lewes explores expanded beach concessions - CapeGazette.com

    Lewes explores expanded beach concessions  CapeGazette.com

    Chairs, umbrellas, and more food and drinks could be coming to Lewes Beach. Alison Kirk, the city's parks and marina administrator, held a public workshop...

  9. Loveland batting cages will reopen Wednesday under private management - Loveland Reporter-Herald

    Loveland batting cages will reopen Wednesday under private management  Loveland Reporter-Herald

    After missing the first two weeks of this year's baseball and softball season, the city of Loveland's batting cages at the Barnes Softball Complex will reopen at 4...

  10. City, park district seek solution for boat owners looking to fuel up on Lake Decatur - Herald & Review

    City, park district seek solution for boat owners looking to fuel up on Lake Decatur  Herald & Review

    DECATUR — With boating season approaching, city and park district officials say they're working to determine how gas sales can continue being offered along...

  11. Where to Eat at Petco Park in 2019: Hometown Favorites Edition - NBC 7 San Diego

    Where to Eat at Petco Park in 2019: Hometown Favorites Edition  NBC 7 San Diego

    Sure, peanuts and Cracker Jacks are staples at baseball games but, these days, the menu at San Diego's Petco Park goes far beyond the classics.

  12. Boy Scout Troop 32 honors Eagle Scouts | Stories - centraljersey.com

    Boy Scout Troop 32 honors Eagle Scouts | Stories  centraljersey.com

    During a recent ceremony at Middletown United Methodist Church, Ryan Belle, Matthew Decker, Daniel DeSanctis and Daniel Johnson were honored for...

  13. Madeira Beach hiring part-time parking enforcement officer, but not to issue tickets - ABC Action News

    Madeira Beach hiring part-time parking enforcement officer, but not to issue tickets  ABC Action News

    City leaders have decided to hire a part-time parking enforcement officer to help beachgoers having trouble with the new parking meters.

  14. The Boardwalk on Okaloosa Island is a far cry from the old Wayside Park - The Northwest Florida Daily News

    The Boardwalk on Okaloosa Island is a far cry from the old Wayside Park  The Northwest Florida Daily News

    OKALOOSA ISLAND — There was nothing but sun, sand and a handful of concrete picnic tables in the summer of 1977 when John Hambleton Jr. conjured up...

  15. Picayune School District Parents of the Year announced - Picayune Item - Picayune Item

    Picayune School District Parents of the Year announced - Picayune Item  Picayune Item

    Picayune School District's Board of Trustees met each school's Parent of the Year during Tuesday's meeting. Each principal took their tour to introduce their...

  16. 'He has his opportunity:' North Bay baseball field for kids, adults with disabilities to open Sunday - KTVU San Francisco

    'He has his opportunity:' North Bay baseball field for kids, adults with disabilities to open Sunday  KTVU San Francisco

    A ball field opening in the North Bay is truly is a "field of dreams."

  17. Community cleanups planned in Brackenridge, Harrison, Tarentum - Tarentum Valley News Dispatch

    Community cleanups planned in Brackenridge, Harrison, Tarentum  Tarentum Valley News Dispatch

    Residents in Brackenridge, Harrison and Tarentum will be taking to their communities' streets in coming weeks to clean up trash. Earth Day events are planned...

  18. Northwest Texas Hospital launches food security program - KFDA

    Northwest Texas Hospital launches food security program  KFDA

    AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - The Northwest Texas Healthcare System has launched a new program helping employees found in a food insecure situation.

  19. Perfect Day at CocoCay photo update - Royal Caribbean Blog

    Perfect Day at CocoCay photo update  Royal Caribbean Blog

    With Royal Caribbean opening the first venues of its highly anticipated Perfect Day at CocoCay island makeover now open, we have a new batch of photos to...

  20. Where to Eat at San Diego's Petco Park in 2019 - NBC Southern California

    Where to Eat at San Diego's Petco Park in 2019  NBC Southern California

    Sure, peanuts and Cracker Jacks are staples at baseball games but, these days, the menu at San Diego's Petco Park goes far beyond the classics.

  21. Morey's Piers Dumping Curly Fries for Kale? - catcountry1073.com

    Morey's Piers Dumping Curly Fries for Kale?  catcountry1073.com

    Say it ain't so! After more than 50 years, Morey's Piers in WIldwood has announced that they're dumping beloved curly fries for kale chips and other healthy food...

  22. 2019 Chamber Citizen of the Year awards - Martinez News-Gazette

    2019 Chamber Citizen of the Year awards  Martinez News-Gazette

    The Martinez Chamber of Commerce will hold a banquet Saturday night at the Masonic Lodge to honor the citizen of the year award recipients. Here are the bios...

  23. Easter egg hunt set for Sunday | News, Sports, Jobs - Gloversville Leader-Herald

    Easter egg hunt set for Sunday | News, Sports, Jobs  Gloversville Leader-Herald

    GLOVERSVILLE — Trail Station Park will be flooded with candy-filled eggs ripe for the plucking by area children on Sunday when the city Recreation...

  24. Tucson-area Little League hit hard by vandalism, theft - KOLD

    Tucson-area Little League hit hard by vandalism, theft  KOLD

    TUCSON, AZ (KOLD News 13) - A Tucson-area Little League is recovering after one of its fields was vandalized and an expensive piece of equipment stolen.

  25. Feeding local families in need | News, Sports, Jobs - Nashua Telegraph

    Feeding local families in need | News, Sports, Jobs  Nashua Telegraph

    NASHUA – As part of National Nutrition Month, members of the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua's Torch Club leadership group purchased, packaged and...

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