New food delivery service launches on North Coast | Local News

North Coast Grub, a new food delivery service that charges restaurants nothing to participate, is launching Wednesday.

Jakki Millo, who runs the food delivery service The Rock Eats in Castle Rock, Washington, said she was encouraged by local restaurants to expand to the coast.

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A new food delivery service is coming to the North Coast.

The expansion comes amid a rush of other food delivery companies eyeing the North Coast. Slurpalicious, started by Portland couple and local business owners Candy Yiu and Akshay Dua, recently started delivering. Global delivery giant DoorDash has announced it will launch this year.

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CAUGHT ON CAM: Food delivery driver steals family’s puppy after dropping off pizza, police say | News Headlines

(Meredith) – A food delivery driver was charged with grand theft after allegedly stealing a family’s puppy on his delivery route.

The act was caught on camera at the condo in Jacksonville, Florida.

On Saturday, Kimberly Block ordered a pizza through Grubhub. Police said after dropping off the pizza, delivery driver Arlinson Chilito, 22, stole the family’s 10-month-old teacup poodle named Lexi.

When Chilito arrived with the food at the family’s condo, Lexi went out the door. Police said Chilito then grabbed the dog, and surveillance video from the condo’s elevator shows Chilito hiding the puppy in a delivery

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ABIGAIL VAN BUREN: Overwhelmed new parents struggle to eat healthy food | News

DEAR ABBY: I have a close friend who recently had a baby with serious health problems. Unfortunately, we live on opposite sides of the country, and I can’t afford to fly out there. I want to help, but short of calls and texts to let her know I’m thinking of her, I’m out of ideas.

She’s mentioned several times that with all the work of being a new parent plus the extra work involved with a child with special needs, she often doesn’t have time to prepare healthy meals and reverts to junk food that she can grab

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Omak council ponders junk food | News

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OMAK — The Omak City Council, during its Jan. 18 Zoom meeting, heard a proposal to have a healthy checkout ordinance to address unhealthy foods being sold at store checkout stands.

Cathy Covington, who is working on a master’s degree in public health, told council there are concerns about such foods. She shared a Power Point presentation.

The topic of fast foods and child obesity also was raised.

Covington said fast food also is related to child obesity and a policy can be drafted to address that, too.

She said Berkeley, Calif., has an ordinance on the topic

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