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Good Fortune is no more.

Corey Smale announced on social media that Good Fortune, the Chinese restaurant he opened last April with Chef Ryan McDonald in Botanical Heights, has closed its doors. “There's no restaurant anymore,” Smale said in a podcast. “We're closed.”

He added that the restaurant was weighing on his mental health, something he plans to work on following its closure.

“A couple of months ago, the restaurant started getting really, really stressful,” he said. “I knew things were…

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On a January afternoon, I had the opportunity to have coffee with Joseph Espinosa, executive director of Brighton Housing Authority, and talk to him about architecture, resident services and his goal of

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Actual Brewing Co. has filed for bankruptcy.

The embattled Columbus brewery filed an application for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Thursday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Columbus. The court confirmed the application, but could not make it available for Columbus Business First prior to the court closing Friday.

The move comes more than a week after Columbus Alive published a story detailing multiple allegations of sexual assault by founder and former CEO Fred Lee, who is not actively involved in…

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Seller Bob Dean was drawn to the 18,000-square-foot, Mediterranean style home built in 1910 and designed by New York architect A.S. Bell.

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The city of Denver predicts that nearly 2,000 apartment units within the city and county limits are at risk of converting from affordable-restricted units to market-rate units in the coming years; potentially

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A man who owned a trio of Mexican restaurants in the Buffalo area was sentenced to a year in prison for tax evasion and employing illegal workers.

Sergio Ramses Mucino worked with co-defendants Jose Sanchez-Ocampo and Marguin Sanchez to hire at least 10 illegal workers at the former restaurants he owned – Don Tequila in Buffalo, El Agave in Cheektowaga and La Davina in Kenmore, U.S. Attorney James Kennedy said.

Mucino also evaded paying over $1 million in taxes between 2013 and 2015, Kennedy…

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This story originally appeared on MassLive.com.

MGM Springfield’s gross gambling revenue of $19.7 million for the month January was the lowest revenue of any full month of operation since the $960 million casino opened in August 2018.

The figures, released by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission on Friday, represent an 8.73 percent drop from December. The announcement comes days after the CEO of parent company MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM) told investors that gambling business at the…

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The indulgent breakfast and lunch cafe has four locations in Tallahassee and is expanding outside the city for the first time with its Jacksonville location.

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