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Landlord Wants Gusano's Pizzeria Out This article is available only in print.

Landlord Wants Gusano's Pizzeria Out

The landlord of Gusano's Chicago Style Pizzeria in Little Rock's River Market says it needs some dough, and we're not talking of the pizza variety.
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Hotel Hale Making Headway; Hot Springs Gaining Another Distillery This article is available only in print.

Hot Springs Mayor Pat McCabe says his work on the transformation of the old Hale Bathhouse into the Hotel Hale is “progressing nicely” and he and his wife, Ellen, hope to have it open by the end of the year.
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Two TRG Properties Add Up to $6.8M Sale (Real Deals) This article is available only in print.

Alter Trading Corp. of St. Louis purchased the Tenenbaum Recycling Group's 71,000-SF complex at 4500 Bethany Road for $4.04 million and its 42,968-SF facility at 2601 Central Airport Road for $2.77 million.
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