This makes me so sad. From CDispatch.com (full story):
People who wheeled into Dunkin' Donuts Monday morning searching for their sugar and java fix were in for a surprise: The doors were locked, with signs informing customers the shop had gone out of business.
But, by late summer, a new doughnut company will be in town. Billy Dorgan Jr., who owns three Krispy Kreme franchises in Mississippi, plans to convert the former Dunkin' space into his fourth store, Dorgan confirmed Tuesday.
Construction will begin in June to add 625 square feet to the site for a "doughnut theater," where doughnuts will be prepared and glazed, while customers watch.
Thanks to Djournal's Todd Vinyard (@djournalnow) for the tip!