Meredith Newman and Patricia Talorico Delaware News Journal Published 10:10 AM EDT Mar 28, 2019 A Chinese buffet in New Castle's Penn Mart Shopping Center was closed by the health department after an inspector found rodent droppings throughout the restaurant, including on the edge of rice cookers and inside flour, salt and sugar bins. Following a routine inspection, Hong Kong Chinese Buffet was shut down March 25 by the state Division of Public Health due to "imminent health hazards and gross unsanitary" conditions, according to the report. The restaurant also has not paid for a food permit since June 2017. A man who answered the phone at Hong Kong Chinese Buffet on Wednesday afternoon said the restaurant should reopen on Thursday. A health official found pork, chicken and shrimp meat at incorrect temperatures. The inspector saw cross-contamination of raw eggs stored on top of broccoli inside a bain-marie and employees not washing … [Read more...] about New Castle Chinese buffet closed after inspector finds rodent droppings
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Fred Bartlit wants to revolutionize health care. Which might seem an unusual goal for an 86-year old trial attorney, but that’s only if you haven’t met Bartlit. Or understand his passion. Or realize he has spent the last 25 years studying how people age. His conclusion? People can live a much longer, happier, healthier, more fulfilling life if they commit themselves to combat the effects of aging. “We have proof the second half of life can be just as wonderful as the years of our youth,” he says. He need only look in the mirror for evidence. Bartlit works full-time trying cases and helping manage the Bartlit Beck law firm in Denver and Chicago, skis the back bowls at Vail in the winter, often shoots his age at the Castle Pines Golf Club in the summer, and lifts weight totals that would make some Broncos players blush. On this particular day, though, he’s speaking to doctors at the International Prostate Cancer Update in the Westin Riverfront in Beaver … [Read more...] about Sarcopenia is “the most insidious health crisis in the United States.” Here’s why.
Jessica Bies Delaware News Journal Published 2:22 PM EST Dec 16, 2018 A State Police sergeant determined to catch the man who sexually assaulted a woman at a local convenience store in 2017 was recognized this week for uncovering information that led to the suspect's indictment as an accused serial rapist. Three months ago now, Kwesi Hudson, 47, of Wilmington, was charged in a series of rapes, kidnappings and robberies that terrorized women living at three New Castle County apartment complexes in early 2017. The attacks began in February, when a man forced a woman into her own car outside Top of the Hill Apartments, made her withdraw cash from an ATM, hit her and then raped her in the car, police said. Days after the initial attack, two more women were assaulted, one at Arundel Apartments in Mill Creek and another at the Preserve at Deacons Walk in Pike Creek. New Castle-area 7-Eleven robbed; clerk assaulted Wilmington man indicted … [Read more...] about Meet the State Police sergeant that helped catch New Castle County’s serial rapist
The Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling show will bring popular international star athletes and up-and-comers to Buffalo for an event at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9 in Buffalo RiverWorks (359 Ganson St.). In addition to Christopher Daniels, SoCal Uncensored and Castle, here’s who else is scheduled to appear. Jay Lethal: The veteran Ring of Honor star and current champion is set to face Chris Sabin in the main event. Lethal has honed his skills over the years to earn the respect of fans, but he really turned heads with his near-perfect impressions of wrestling legends “Macho Man” Randy Savage and “Nature Boy” Ric Flair. Cody: The son of the late great “American Dream” Dusty Rhodes, “The American Nightmare” walked away from the WWE in 2016 to become an even bigger star worldwide. A former ROH, NWA and current New Japan United States champion, Cody is tight with the “Being the Elite” crew and brings his father’s rival Ric … [Read more...] about Who’s who in the Buffalo card for Ring of Honor, New Japan event
By KIMBERLEY HAASUnion Leader Correspondent October 18. 2018 11:11PM Monsignor Hilary Franco welcomed the crowd to The Portsmouth Conference Thursday evening. He read a message from the Pope about protecting life and the beauty of God's creations. (KIMBERLEY HAAS/Union Leader Correspondent) NEW CASTLE — Just over 200 people from a diversity of backgrounds gathered at Wentworth by the Sea in New Castle Thursday evening as The 2018 Portsmouth Conference began.Geoffrey Weiss, who helped plan the inaugural two-day event focused on public policy in relation to climate change, said the panelists have differing views on the role of human contribution to global warming, but all are interested in how societies throughout the world should move forward with climate-related challenges that face businesses, government leaders and educational institutions.Weiss said that, in addition to some notable New Hampshire names in attendance, 31 graduate students from Columbia University were … [Read more...] about People of varying backgrounds attend climate conference in New Castle