SUNBURY, Pa. -- Weis Markets here said last week sales rose for the year and fourth quarter ended Dec. 26, while earnings increased for the year but fell for the quarter. e programs; and a write-off of leasehold improvements on remodeled properties. The write-offs were largely offset by a one-time gain derived from the sale of securities during the quarter, the company added. Weis said the sales and earnings gains resulted from the maturing sales growth of stores built, remodeled or ...
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