PONTIAC, Mich. -- Old stores can have fresh starts, especially when they are remade by an ambitious independent from a store stuck in the 1960s into a store poised to do business in the new millennium. That's what one independent, VG's Food Center here, is finding out as its recently, and drastically, renovated supermarket keeps building business. The store, originally constructed in the early 1960s, operated as an Atlas Food Land until VG's acquired it -- and another Atlas store, in ...

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