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Sign of the times: Hereghty's locked out

Posted by on Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 8:22 AM

click to enlarge An official-sounding notice from the landlord tells bakery customers to find their goodies elsewhere.
  • An official-sounding notice from the landlord tells bakery customers to find their goodies elsewhere.

Handcrafted pastries sit moldering in the display case as disappointed would-be customers stop at the door to Hereghty's patisserie and cafe in Raleigh's Glenwood Village Shopping Center. The owners defaulted on their rent, and the landlord changed the locks, according to a letter posted on the glass door, dated Feb. 25.

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