SALISBURY, N.C. — Food Lion here said it still had about 50 locations that were closed as of late Monday, mostly due to power outages, and mostly in the Richmond, Va., market, and in coastal areas in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene. "We're working as quickly as possible to get those stores back up and running," said Christy Phillips-Brown, a Food Lion spokeswoman, noting that more stores were expected to reopen on Tuesday. She said the chain had closed as many as 350 locations during the ...

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