24 families being moved out of emergency accommodation at former Regency for ‘operational reasons’



a city street in front of a building: File photo of the former Regency Hotel - now the Bonnington Hotel - in 2011


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File photo of the former Regency Hotel – now the Bonnington Hotel – in 2011

OVER TWENTY HOMELESS families being accommodated in The Bonnington Hotel – formerly the Regency Hotel – are being moved as Dublin City Council is ending its use of the hotel for “operational reasons” at the end of the month. 

Private hotels and commercial providers in Dublin have been used regularly for homeless

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Historic hotel moved through streets of South Florida city

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Last residents moved out of Norwich nursing home after coronavirus outbreak kills three, sickens dozens

The last of the 53 residents of the embattled Three Rivers Healthcare Center in Norwich have been moved out of the facility, effectively bringing an end to current operations about a month after a COVID outbreak led to the death of three patients and sickened dozens.



a sign on the side of a building: Norwich, CT - 9/16/20 - The Connecticut Department of Public Health announced Wednesday that Three Rivers Healthcare will be closing after several COVID-19 patient deaths and at least a number of other infections


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Norwich, CT – 9/16/20 – The Connecticut Department of Public Health announced Wednesday that Three Rivers

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