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The estimated loss is about $111. Charges are pending, according to police. Shippensburg Borough DUI >> A juvenile was arrested for driving under the influence after he failed to put his vehicle into park when he exited his vehicle on East King Street and the vehicle drifted into a utility pole on July 19, according to Pennsylvania State Police, Carlisle. The juvenile fled on foot before being apprehended. RETAIL THEFT >> Anna M. Thorne, 20, Shippensburg, was charged with retail theft on July 2 after she arrived at the Wal-Mart store and removed a pair of earrings valued at $5.18 and exited without paying, according to Pennsylvania State Police, Carlisle.
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Ellington voters approve tax abatement to build new manufacturing facility – Journal Inquirer: Ellington

A hand-written sign on the window of the storefront in the new plaza indicated crews were setting up an Adidas Factory Outlet. Adidas Group also owns the Reebok-Rockport Outlet across the street in the Adirondack Outlet Mall. To get an idea of the size of the new Adidas store, the current Reebok-Rockport space measures roughly 7,000 square feet. Matt Watson, a nine-year company veteran who will manage both stores, said the company is still hiring, hoping to employ 30 people. Anyone who wants to apply can visit careers.adidas-group.com. Watson said Adidas is hoping to open the store by Aug. 7, and it may be open earlier.
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Marin among 10 counties to settle in food storage lawsuit – Marinscope Community Newspapers : News

The other Bay Area plaintiffs are Alameda, Monterey, Napa, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano and Sonoma countries. The judgment against Sysco was entered July 17 in Santa Clara County Superior Court. The complaint alleged that between 2009 and 2013, Sysco used refrigerated food trucks to transport products for some customer orders in the food industry to the sheds that were not registered with the California Department of Public Health. The perishable food products were picked up throughout the day by Sysco marketing associates in unregistered personal vehicles for delivery to Sysco customers, the DAs office said. The complaint also alleged Sysco engaged in misleading advertising regarding food safety standards. The CDPH investigated the practice after a NBC Bay Area undercover investigation. The department found some of the 22 storage sheds also were unsanitary, according to the DAs office.
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