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Upscale Vancouver restaurant Lapellah and its sister restaurant, Three Sixty Kitchen & Bar, are permanently closing, the company’s ownership announced Wednesday.
The two restaurants add to the growing list of restaurants in Clark County permanently closed due to the state’s shutdown from the pandemic. The list includes 808 Sunrise Deli, Joe’s Crab Shack, Sweet Tomatoes in east Vancouver and Low Bar in downtown Vancouver.
Days after ilani confirmed a case of COVID-19 in an employee, the casino west of La Center received noticeof worker allegations over safety measures to protect employees from coronavirus.
A June 15 letter from the Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s Washington office outlines the allegations.
Employee gets 29 days on work crew for recording woman who was tanning nude at Vancouver Crunch Fitness
A former Vancouver Crunch Fitness employee who recorded a gym member with his cellphone while she was tanning in the nude was sentenced Tuesday to 29 days on a work crew.
Zackary Abel, 30, pleaded guilty in Clark County Superior Court to second-degree voyeurism, a gross misdemeanor, stemming from the incident at the gym, 7809 N.E. Vancouver Plaza Drive.
The Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office reported Tuesday that a 7-year-old girl died in a murder-suicide.
The bodies of Lennox A. Maul and 40-year-old John T. Maul, both of Vancouver, were discovered Friday.
Health club 24 Hour Fitness is closing one of its Vancouver locations and about 130 others as the company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. About 300 locations will remain open, the company reported Monday.
The Vancouver location to close, at 2913 N.E. 72nd Drive, is one of three in Clark County; the two others, at 13019 S.E. Fourth Plain Blvd. and 800 S.E. Tech Center Drive, are not part of the closures, according to the company’s website.