NEW YORK — Bronx-based Morton Williams Associated received a nice holiday present in the form of impressive sales at the retailer's first suburban store. Until now, the independent has had all its stores in New York City, most of them in midtown Manhattan. In November, the chain took over a unit of Turco's Market in the suburban town of Hartsdale, just north of New York, and hasn't had time to come up for air. The 30,000-square-foot store here averages $300,000 in sales per week, but in the ...

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