TRUMBULL, Conn. — Porricelli’s Market, which sold its location Old Greenwich, Conn. late last year to Kings Super Markets, has closed its lone remaining store. In a statement published in local newspapers, Jerry Porricelli, president of the family-run company, said the store and its assets have been turned over to creditors. “The store has had a lot of new competition over the past few years, which has hurt our ability to be profitable, and despite our best efforts ...
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