LUDLOW, Vt. — Shaw's here said Friday that it's flood-damaged store here remains closed, but the chain is setting up a temporary outdoor store to offer "essential items" to local customers. The temporary store will be ready within the next few days, a spokesman for Shaw's parent company, Minneapolis-based Supervalu, told SN. "Additionally, we are encouraging area residents to utilize our Springfield, Vt., Shaw's for additional needs at this time," the spokesman told SN. The Ludlow ...

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