BOSTON -- Food retailers here say business is almost back to normal after the third-worst blizzard in city history last week left more than 2 feet of snow in its wake. stores were reopened later that night, said spokesperson Monica Connors. Other Stop & Shop stores stayed open throughout the storm, but operated on skeleton crews. However, deliveries from the company's Readville, Mass. distribution center were halted when Massachusetts Governor William Weld declared a state of emergency ...

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