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Three Ellwood City-area restaurants out of compliance since July – News – Ellwood City Ledger – Ellwood City, PA

A Ledger review of Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture records found that three local restaurants had violations that landed them out of compliance. An additional 10 establishments were cited for noncritical violations.

Just three Ellwood City-area restaurants were out of compliance with state regulations during the past six months.

A Ledger review of Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture records found that three local restaurants had violations that landed them out of compliance. An additional 10 establishments were cited for noncritical violations.

The restaurants that failed inspections are the Loyal Order of Moose along Factory Avenue in Ellwood City, Subway along Route 288 in Franklin Township and Shakespeare’s Restaurant along Mercer Road in North Sewickley Township.

Subway and Shakespeare’s were found to be in compliance during follow-up visits, although Shakespeare’s still had three violations at its follow-up inspection.

Inspectors visited 21 establishments in the Ellwood City ZIP code since July 1.

Source: Three Ellwood City-area restaurants out of compliance since July – News – Ellwood City Ledger – Ellwood City, PA

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Ellwood City man accused of strangling woman during domestic inc – WFMJ.com

An Ellwood City man is facing charges after a domestic incident.

According to the release from Pennsylvania State Police, the incident happened on November 12th around 8:40 p.m. on Hogue Road in Slippery Rock Township.

State Police listed strangulation as the nature of the incident.

Reports say the male suspect fled on foot when police arrived.

Officers found the suspect on November 13th and charges were filed.

Source: Ellwood City man accused of strangling woman during domestic inc – WFMJ.com

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Power restored in Ellwood City – News – Ellwood City Ledger – Ellwood City, PA

ELLWOOD CITY — Power has been restored to a large section of the borough that lost electricity early Friday.

Mark Linville, supervisor of the Ellwood City Electric Department, said a circuit tripped, knocking out power to customers in the Ewing Park area and south side of the community. Power to most was returned within 45 to 90 minutes, he said Friday.

“Everyone is back now,” Linville said.

Hundreds affected by power outage in SE Lubbock

He said they are not entirely certain what caused the circuit trip, but believe it could be connected to a problem reported at Lincoln High School on Crescent Avenue, which still was without power at 11 a.m. as crews worked on its situation. Inmetco, which is not served by the municipal power company but shares a Penn Power line, also reported an outage. The Ellwood City Medical Center did not lose power because it is on a separate grid, Linville said.

Source: Power restored in Ellwood City – News – Ellwood City Ledger – Ellwood City, PA