A Connecticut community bank seems to have capped its four-year fight for survival in the third quarter, with a bulk sale and sales contracts for almost $11 million of real estate assets.

That's pushing nonperforming assets at Middletown-based Farmers and Mechanics Bank to nearly $70 million below the 1991 level.

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