No one made a perfect mark in the latest round of inspections by the Longview health department, but several did make top grades, including Carlito's at 2517 Judson road... Inspected on June 26th it was found to have clean work spaces with one minor violation.. They scored an A.
Inspected on June 18th, Burger King at 3306 Eastman Road had all foods held at proper temperatures with only one violation... They scored an A.
Jack in the Box at 490 East Loop 281 was inspected on June 26th and was found to have clean well kept work spaces and all foods at good temperatures and one minor violation... They scored an A.
Clean conditions were also found by inspectors at the Memphis Bar and Grill at 203 North Spur 63. Inspected on July 9th, it received only one minor violation... they scored an A.
Subway at 2001 North Eastman Road was found to have clean work spaces and foods held in proper storage areas... and only one minor violation. Score an A.
And inspected on July 22nd, Pizza Hut at 4001 Marshall Avenue was found to have all foods held at proper temperatures and clean conditions... They scored an A.
Nate Parker, who starred in the "Great Debaters," is hosting a summer film institute this week at Wiley College in Marshall.More >>
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Tyler ISD's school board will discuss the hotly debated potential name change of one of its high schools during its July meeting. The agenda for the July 23 meeting includes a discussion item for a process to "address potential name change of a school." This will be one of the last items discussed in that night's business, according to the agenda. Related: Tyler ISD tables vote on school name change for Robert E. Lee During the June meeting, the schoo...More >>
With temperatures reaching above the 100 degree mark, physicians and emergency responders are asking the public to closely monitor their health.More >>