WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — The judge in A&P's bankruptcy case on Tuesday approved the sale of all but four of the 12 Super Fresh stores and all seven pharmacy lists the retailer auctioned off last month. The judge delayed approval for one group of four Maryland stores — Parkville, Baltimore and Arnold, which were bid on by Mrs. Green's Management Corp., and the White Oak store, bid on by Village Super Markets — in order to give time for the landlord of the Parkville store, Regency Centers, to ...

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