Local News

September 9, 2013

Restaurant report card — Murray County

Murray County Environmental Health conducts inspections of restaurants. The inspectors may require a re-inspection. Restaurants are required by law to post their most recent inspection permit.

The Daily Citizen lists areas where the establishments are out of compliance with the regulations. Recent restaurant scores for all six counties within the North Georgia Health District are available at www.nghd.org.

Domino’s, 355 Highway 411 N., Eton

Current score: 100

Current grade: A

Previous score: 96

Previous grade: A

Comments: None.

Paul’s Drive In, 3231 Highway 411 North, Eton

Current score: 100

Current grade: A

Previous score: 99

Previous grade: A

Comments: None.

Spoonful of Sugar, 79 Highway 286, Unit A, Eton

Current score: 100

Current grade: A

Previous score: 100

Previous grade: A

Comments: None.

Taco Bell, 1073 N. Third Ave.

Current score: 100

Current grade: A

Previous score: 100

Previous grade: A

Comments: None.

Village Cafeteria, 121 N. Second Ave.

Current score: 100

Current grade: A

Previous score: N/A (complete remodel)

Previous grade: N/A

Comments: None.

Saucy Bones BBQ, 1109 N. Third Ave.

Current score: 99

Current grade: A

Previous score: N/A (new location)

Previous grade: N/A

Comments: Observed missing seal at water pipe in kitchen, install seal.

El Pueblito Mexican Grill, 79E Highway 286, Eton

Current score: 98

Current grade: A

Previous score: 98

Previous grade: A

Comments: Observed cracked food container. Replace all chipped or cracked plastic items.  Observed soiled walls and ceiling tiles. Clean regularly.

B&B Fresh Mexican Food, 321 N. Third Ave.

Current score: 97

Current grade: A

Previous score: N/A (new establishment)

Previous grade: N/A

Comments: Observed open bags of rice and salt not in sealed container — all open foods must be in sealed containers.

Splatter and Drip, 117 E. Market St.

Current score: 97

Current grade: A

Previous score: 100

Previous grade: A

Comments: Observed single-service cups stored on floor. All single-service articles must be six inches off of floor. Observed intermediate hot water. Repair.

Text Only
Local News
  • Little library 1 mlh.jpg Little Libraries, big goal

    Whitfield County just received a new library.
    And better yet, 26 more are on the way to the region.

    July 27, 2014 1 Photo

  • Picture 3.jpg Rock solid

    A great number of things have come and gone since 1974.
    One that hasn’t: a small Dalton school founded by parents wanting a unique learning environment for their children.

    July 27, 2014 2 Photos

  • Vann House Day '14 6 mlh.jpg History comes alive at Vann House

    SPRING PLACE — In the early 1800s, the 1,000-acre plantation belonging to Cherokee Indian leader James Vann was a bustling place.

    July 26, 2014 5 Photos

  • Local officials agree with Deal

    Regarding news last week that approximately 30 unaccompanied minors from Central America, who had crossed the southern border into the United States, were sent without warning to Dalton last year and enrolled in Dalton Public Schools, Republican politicians representing portions of Murray and Whitfield Counties agree — state and local school officials deserved to know in advance, they say.

    July 26, 2014

  • Former chamber location 2 mlh.jpg Plan could cut flooding, stormwater damage in Dalton

    On a recent day, McClellan Creek flowed gently through Harlan Godfrey Civitan Park. But some park goers who live near the area say that even a mild rain can turn the creek into a torrent that eats away at their property.

    July 26, 2014 1 Photo

  • Civil War anniversary: The Battle of Crow Valley, May 9-12, 1864

    The Atlanta Campaign began during the first two weeks of May 1864 in and around Dalton. Union Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman’s strategy was to target two of his armies, about 80,000 men, against Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston’s Army of Tennessee at Dalton. Then, while Johnston’s attention was diverted by these forces, he would secretly send his third army, about 25,000 troops under Maj. Gen. James B. McPherson, in a flanking movement to the southwest through Snake Creek Gap. Sherman’s goal was to break Johnston’s railroad supply line some 15 miles south at Resaca and trap Johnston’s Confederates in Dalton.

    July 26, 2014

  • New church being  built mlh.jpg Church construction continues

    July 25, 2014 1 Photo

  • Avans.jpg Three arrested in arson plot to claim insurance money

    Three people have been arrested for their role in a fire at a Chatsworth home as part of an insurance scam to collect money, officials said.

    July 25, 2014 3 Photos

  • Investigation into MFG chemical accident continues

    An investigation is still ongoing after a MFG Chemical employee was injured earlier this month at a plant on Kimberly Park Drive.

    July 25, 2014

  • Judge sets $100,000 bond for Cohutta man accused of incest, molestation

    A Cohutta man charged with incest, aggravated sodomy and child molestation was granted a $100,000 bond over the prosecutor’s objection on Friday.

    July 25, 2014