SCARBOROUGH, Maine -- Hannaford Bros. here has resumed taking orders for its HomeRuns home shopping program. A building collapse at its Newton, Mass., warehouse in April had forced the retailer to suspend service from April 24 to June 3. HomeRuns had been handling 2,000 orders per week prior to the temporary shutdown, caused when an adjacent building collapsed and knocked down a wall at its 50,000-square-foot home shopping fulfillment center. The retailer plans to move to a ...

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