Though the menu isnt yet online, among the items shown in photos are a grilled-cheese sandwich with pepperjack, sharp cheddar, paprika cream cheese and pickled jalapenos; pasta salad with artichoke hearts and mozzarella; burger with pineapple, pepperjack andfried onion; yummy breakfast items; and vibrant soups and salads. The owners who, amazingly, have been committed to the project for four years while Sheridan Hollow got rebuilt are the husband-and-wife team of John Baideme and Janet Rothacker . Their son, Chris, a graduate of the hospitality programs at Schenectady County Community College and SUNY-Delhi, is the general manager. The restaurant employs eight. Aside from a run-down corner store about two blocks away, there are no retail businesses near The Hungry Hollow in the dozen-plus square blocks of Sheridan Hollow below Henry Johnson Boulevard, and the closest restaurants are downtown or up on Central Avenue. find more informationWe wanted to open a place where we could be part ofa project we believed in not just in the community but of the community, Rothacker tells me. The couple are retired after 40 years as state employees; she worked in alternatives to incarceration, he with the disabled. They invested about $300,000, from loans and personal savings, to open The Hungry Hollow, Rothacker says. The restaurants hours starting Monday are 6:30 a.m.
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Theranos was sued by Brnovich’s office under the state’s Consumer Fraud Act. The company also agreed to pay $200,000 in civil penalties and $25,000 in attorney fees and will be subject to civil penalties for future violations. “I wanted to make sure that every single Arizonan who purchased a blood test received a refund, period,” Brnovich said in an interview. “Because there was a big question about how many results were accurate, how many were inaccurate. “They said approximately 10 percent were inaccurate, and it didn’t matter,” he added. “To me, on behalf of consumers, I know that I would be worried ‘how do I know if my test was accurate or it wasn’t.’” Theranos said in a statement that it also agreed not to run any licensed laboratories in Arizona for the next two years. Theranos shut down its clinical labs in several states and wellness centers inside Arizona Walgreens stores in October and laid off a large part of its workforce. The move came after federal regulators barred company founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes from owning or running a medical laboratory for two years. Theranos had appealed the ban, but announced Monday it had reached a settlement with the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to resolve the issues.
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