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Egg man starts 3-month term as 'responsible corporate official'

By Dan Flynn

On Thanksgiving eve, 83-year-old Austin “Jack” DeCoster surrendered to federal prison authorities in Massachusetts, about 40 miles west of Boston. DeCoster traveled from his home in Turner, ME, about 170 miles north of the “administratively secure” Federal Medical Center – Devens (FMC Devens), a unit of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP). The man who was once... Continue Reading

Miller's Guild customers infected with unusual Salmonella bug

By News Desk

The operational status of Miller's Guild in Seattle is unclear as county health officials apparently continue their investigation into foodborne illnesses among the restaurant's customers, including three who have tested positive for Salmonella infections. Seattle-King County Public Health officials closed the restaurant Tuesday, according to their initial outbreak investigation report, which they posted Wednesday. "Environmental... Continue Reading

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