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Orange County Health Inspector James Scales made the following inspections on area businesses from Dec. 1 through Dec. 15: Pinehurst BBQ and Steak, 2100 Texas Ave., Bridge City – Need to date all foods; found molded lemons/green peppers/piece of pie/lettuce
Orange County Health Inspector James Scales made the following inspections on area businesses from Oct. 16 through Oct. 31: Vidor Jr. High School, 945 N. Tram Rd., Vidor – Score 100 Crystal Seafood, 1609 16th St., Orange – Need to
Orange County Health Inspector James Scales made the following inspections on area businesses from Aug. 16 through Aug. 31: Kajun Seafood and Wing II, 1102 Park Ave., Orange – Need to date and cover all foods inside coolers/freezers, freezer door
Orange County Health Inspector James Scales made the following inspections on area businesses from Aug. 1 through Aug. 15: Kids and Company, 4034 W. Park Ave., Orange, Score – 100 Bridge City Pizza, 2198 Texas Ave., Bridge City, Score- 100
U.S. Attorney John M. Bales announced today that 28 individuals have been arrested and charged with federal drug violations in the Eastern District of Texas. Two Orange County individuals, one from Jefferson and one from Chambers Counties were among the 35 defendants indicted
Children and parents gathered with Orange County deputies at Claiborne West Park Friday for the 16th annual Cops and Kids Picnic, featuring food and hands-on demonstrations.
The boil water notice that was issued on Tuesday afternoon for Bridge City has been rescinded as of 2:30 p.m. on Thursday.
President Barack Obama, in his first speech to the nation from the Oval
Office, said stopping the worst environmental oil spill in U.S. history
has tested the limits of human technology.
Shangri La Managing Director Michael Hoke, this year’s lone Orange County finalist for the Press Club of Southeast Texas’ Newsmaker of the Year Award, was dubious of the phone call.
A Mauriceville woman was warned about dogs running at large after her
female pit bull attacked a neighbor’s horse. She was also cited for not
having a rabies vaccination certificate for the dog.
Three Orange women face prostitution charges after Orange and Vidor police conducted a sting operation in the Orange city limits Tuesday.
According to Capt. Sparky Robinson with the Orange department, the operation was targeted toward street level prostitution during daytime hours.
Officer Robert W. Arnold, 34, of the Orange Police Department has been promoted to the rank of captain, Chief Sam Kittrell announced.