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Tobin S.

(10,418 posts)
Sat Jul 2, 2016, 12:23 AM Jul 2016

Dining out in Richmond, Indiana. [View all]

In Richmond, Indiana, a town of about 36,000 people, there are four McDonald's, three Taco Bells, three Dairy Queens, two Wendy's, two KFCs, two Arby's, two Bob Evans, two Subways, two Little Caesars, one Rally's, one Cracker Barrel, one White Castle, one Olive Garden, one Applebee's, one O'Charleys, one Chili's, one Fazoli's, one Frisch's, one Long John Silver's, one Tim Horton's, one Texas Roadhouse, one Pizza Hut, one Domino's, one Papa John's, one Penn Station, and one Red Lobster. There are also several independent diners and restaurants.

Wayne County, in which Richmond is located, also has the highest rate of diabetes among its population in the state of Indiana.

Good night and God bless America.

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