Branson, Mo. (KY3) -The city of Branson will soon have its first food truck court following an ordinance passed earlier this month. One local group is ready to jump at the opportunity.

The new food truck court will be located at in the middle of the parking lot at the Branson Meadows Shopping Center.

The President of the Branson Academy for the Advancement of Music and Theatre, Bob Nichols, is behind the project. He’s excited to bring a new variety of food to one central location. Bob Nichols said they plan to have four to 12 food trucks in the

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Iconic Salt Lake City restaurant to close after Tuesday to make way for multistory condos on that busy corner of State Street.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Coachman’s Dinner & Pancake House at 1301 S. State St. is closing after 60 years to make way for a new development.

The well-known Coachman’s Dinner & Pancake House in Salt Lake City is closing to make way for a new development.

Many patrons and passersby learned of the iconic 1960s-era diner’s demise over the weekend from a notice posted beneath

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The NASCAR Cup Series heads to Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee on Sunday for the Food City Dirt Race, marking the first time in more than 50 years the premier series has implemented a dirt course.

Let’s dig into the odds, driver to beat, and where others are trending.

Driver Odds
Kyle Larson +150
Christopher Bell +400
Austin Dillon +800
Chase Briscoe +800
Chase Elliott +1000
Stewart Friesen +1000
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. +1200
Kyle Busch +1400
Ryan Blaney +1500
Bubba Wallace +1800
Tyler Reddick +1800
Alex Bowman +2000
Denny Hamlin +2000
Field – All Drivers Not Listed +2000
Martin Truex
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“It’s a very polarizing situation,” League City Police Chief Gary Ratliff said. “Where some folks don’t believe that there should be masks and others do.”

According to the police, James Schulz, 53, entered the restaurant Wednesday night without a face mask. He was requested to wear one to be served or use the drive thru.

The customer “belligerently refused,” Ratliff said, and accused the restaurant staff of not wanting to serve him because he was homeless.

Schulz then walked toward the door, and as the manager turned his back, he allegedly ran behind the manager, tackled him and stabbed him

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RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Restaurant workers in an area known for its spectacular eateries can now get COVID-19 vaccines.

Food service workers in both Richmond and Henrico County are eligible to be vaccinated under phase 1b in the state’s vaccination rollout.

Up until March 8, only the first three categories in phase 1b could get vaccinated. These included as Virginians 65 and older, firefighters and teachers. Monday, much of the state opened eligibility to all of 1b. Now, thousands in the state will be done waiting in line.

Richmond and Henrico’s health departments are taking it a step further, opening

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And then there were nine.

Five months after the Erie Downtown Development Corp. announced the first eight restaurant concepts accepted for the Flagship City Food Hall, the ninth and final vendor has been named.

Downtown development:Beer, wieners, tacos, shawarma, desserts: Erie’s Flagship Food Hall announces vendors

Noodlelove, an Asian fusion concept, might not seem like an obvious choice for the 150-seat food hall that’s under construction along State Street and North Park Row, at the site of the former Sherlock’s and Park Place taverns.

Noodlelove opened two years ago on Mott Street in Manhattan and was followed last summer

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