SPRINGFIELD, N.J. -- Village Super Market here said its net income for the second quarter ended Jan. 29 was up about 19% over year-ago levels after an after-tax gain of $890,000 from a partnership. et income to charges for future lease obligations at a drug store. Through six months, net income, excluding the gain from the partnership, was flat at about $6.15 million on a 5.2% increase in sales, to $493.34 million. Village operates 23 ShopRites in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
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