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Woonsocket businesses shut down

March 26, 2014

WOONSOCKET – Two well-known businesses located in the same building at 614 North Main St. – Christopher’s Restaurant and A Special Place – have shut their doors after the electric power was turned off last week.
The future of both is uncertain. Tom Tatro, the owner of A Special Place, said he’s already looking for a new location to run the store, which specializes in religious articles and greeting cards. Tatro and his wife, Jane B. Stone-Tatro, just took over the business from the founders last September.
“All I really know for sure is that the power was turned off,” he said.
But Sylvan Quallo, a Boston banker who bought Christopher’s as an investment in 2012, said the closure of the businesses stems from a dispute between himself and the owner of the building, Brian Lahousse.
Read the full story in Thursday's Call.

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