Regulators seized two banks in Florida, and one in Kentucky, in a trio of failures Friday.
In Florida, regulators shuttered the $111 million-asset Heritage Bank of North Florida in Orange Park and the $39 million-asset Chipola Community Bank in Marianna. Earlier, the $100 million-asset First Federal Bank was closed in Lexington, Ky. The three failures brought the year's total to eight.
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