Cockroaches and generally uncleanliness were found at a local establishment during the latest round of food safety inspections in Lebanon.

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Update, Nov. 15, 2018: Corvette Grille in Annville was found in compliance with food safety laws during a follow-up inspection Nov. 14 by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.

Original story, Nov. 14, 2018: The presence of cockroaches were found at Corvette Grille in Annville during an inspection Nov. 8 by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.

The bar & grill at 202 W. Main St. in Annville was found out of compliance with food safety laws during the inspection.

In all, four health code violations were spotted including the presence of cockroaches and general uncleanliness. The inspection was the result of a complaint, which was deemed verified.

Corvette Grille has generally been in good standing with food safety laws during previous inspections, of which there were already several in 2018. A regularly scheduled inspection found one minor violation in April. Another complaint in May discovered only a malfunctioning hand wash sink, which was corrected in time for a follow-up visit the very next day.

The Department of Agriculture stresses that any inspection is a “snapshot” of the day and time of the inspection, and may not be representative of the overall, long-term cleanliness of an establishment.

Read the full out-of-compliance report on rodents in a local thrift store and more from the last round of inspections.

All of Lebanon County will be represented in the U.S. House of Representatives by Republican Dan Meuser after his Tuesday night election victory. Lebanon Daily News

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