STONINGTON, Maine - The only pharmacy on the island of Stonington closed early last year. When customers began filling their grocery bags along with their prescriptions on the mainland, Burnt Cove Market gave them what they were missing - their medication. Burnt Cove's owners, Vern and Sandra Seile, have operated the supermarket for 34 years, adding a gas station, fresh pizza and a general merchandise operation, which includes health and beauty care, to give island residents convenience and ...

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