Mansfield has seen many businesses come and go this year, but which do you miss the most?
Over the last year, Mansfield said goodbye to Borders Books, Mangia Bene, Friendly's Express and Bertucci's.
While new buildings are going up with space available for retail, such as the new apartments on Rumford Avenue, many businesses have moved to other locations like Ken Picciandra, who used to run the Hair Cottage and moved to a spot at Stan's Barbershop.
And as our Visions for Vacancies feature shows, there are still plenty of empty storefronts in the town, mostly in downtown.
TELL US: What Mansfield business(es) were you sad to see close in 2012? Which were your all-time favorites? Share with us in the comments section below.