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Davenport hotels in Spokane sold to private equity firm

The five hotels in the Davenport chain of Spokane are sold to a private equity firm, marking a major shift for heavily connected hotels in the city’s downtown core. Historic Davenport, Tower, Lusso, Grand and Centennial are sold to Denver-based KSL Capital Partners in a transaction announced on Tuesday. The sale is expected to close […]

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CT Continues Purdue Pharma’s Settlement Appeal

STAMFORD – Connecticut and other states challenging recent Connecticut bankruptcy laws court approval of OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma’s settlement plan have said in court documents filed this week that the alleged siphoning of billions of dollars from the company by the Sackler family should be considered part of a federal appeals court. review. From 2008 […]

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Former Lord & Taylor Manhasset to convert to high-end workspace – Featured

Lord & Taylor’s former Manhasset site, pictured, will be converted to a SaksWorks space, officials said. (Photo courtesy of Lord & Taylor) The former Lord & Taylor store in Manhasset will be transformed into a coworking space with a full-service cafe and wellness studio. The store, which closed last year along with all other Lord […]

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At What Age Can You Leave Your Kids Home Alone in Connecticut?

I recognize that Alone at home is one of my favorite Christmas movies of all time. Most parents wouldn’t even think about leaving their young children at home alone to fend for themselves. Then I started to wonder if there were any laws or state guidelines regarding specific age groups when it was appropriate to […]

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How a mysterious pot luck at a Connecticut pasta company led to an impossible partnership

“Not too complicated” is how Impossible Foods categorizes a recipe on its website for lasagna bolognese with ravioli using its Impossible Burger and over 20 other ingredients. For those with no more than two hours to succeed, Impossible Foods offers a “super easy” alternative: Buitoni ravioli stuffed with Impossible’s burger and plant-based sausage that can […]

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Rosa Mexicano to open first Connecticut location on West Hartford’s Blue Back Square – We-Ha

Rosa Mexicano plans to open in spring 2022 at 51 Isham Road in Blue Back Square. Brunch is popular at Rosa Mexicano, which will open in Blue Back Square in 2022. Courtesy of Rosa Mexicano By Ronni Newton Rosa Mexicano chose West Hartford’s Blue Back Square for the brand’s first foray into Connecticut, bringing their […]

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Transactions and Fundings: Covenant Living Acquires CCRC from Bankruptcy; Legacy Senior Living is growing

The US New Hampshire District Bankruptcy Court has approved Covenant Living’s purchase of Hillside Village Keene, a continuing care retirement community in Keene, New Hampshire. Hillside Village becomes the 15th CCRC that Covenant – a nonprofit organization based in Skokie, Ill. – owns and operates. Following significant occupancy issues from the Covid pandemic, Hillside finally […]

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Is Nash Engineering the latest company to go bankrupt due to asbestos litigation? | Husch Blackwell LLP

Pump maker Nash Engineering Company appears to have recently become the latest victim in asbestos litigation. On October 19, 2021, Nash Engineering filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy with the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut. If Nash Engineering’s repair request is approved, it will mark the end of the century-old company. Nash […]

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Frontier no longer offers TV service to new customers. Regulators say it’s not illegal.

Frontier Communications no longer offers cable TV to its new customers, but the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority says it does not appear to be illegal and has denied the state’s request to investigate the matter. Burt Cohen, attorney for the State Office of the Consumers Council, said Frontier failed to notify PURA of the change […]

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Fifty-one parishes from region invited to join Diocese of Norwich Abuse Settlement

The 51 individual parishes that make up the Diocese of Norwich are invited to choose either to pay an as yet undetermined amount of money as part of the settlement of the Diocese’s bankruptcy, or to bear the legal fees and the cost of settling any future lawsuit brought against individual parishes. A committee of […]