HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Pennsylvania’s Department of Agriculture inspects anywhere that serves food, whether it’s to the general public or …
Township manager George Wolfe says the board is questioning whether Supervisor Bill Seeds is still a legal resident of the township.
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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – The Department of Agriculture found expired food, problems with hand washing, and issues in a school cafeteria duri…
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This week, the biggest violators are all only a few miles from each other. The Department of Agriculture found slime, mold and insects.
The United States Supreme Court ruled it cruel and unusual to sentence a juvenile to life without parole.
The Department of Agriculture found mold, plumbing issues, and lots of dirt in the latest round of restaurant inspections.
ABC27 compiled the state budgets of Pennsylvania’s neighbors for comparison.
The Department of Agriculture found mold, rust, and problems with thawing seafood in the latest round of restaurant inspections.
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The Department of Agriculture found mold, problems with raw chicken, and potential insect contamination in the latest round of restaurant in…
“This could happen to anybody,” Paul Madrazo said as he pointed to another damaged portion of his property in Susquehanna Township.
The Department of Agriculture found mold, insects and a leaky roof in the latest round of restaurant inspections.
Department of Agriculture inspectors found mold, slime, and expired milk in the latest round of restaurant inspections.