MONTVALE, N.J. — New Jersey Lt. Gov. Kim Guadano is scheduled to speak Thursday during a ceremony to mark the reopening of a Seaside Heights, N.J., A&P store that was closed as a result of Hurricane Sandy damage. Known as the Ortley Beach A&P, the store is reopening with a new look and expanded product selection, the retailer said. “We are dedicated to rebuilding our stores in Sandy-impacted areas, and we have worked tirelessly to reopen as quickly as ...
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