BENNINGTON, Vt. — A Hannaford Bros. supermarket here was among the handful of supermarkets in the Northeast that remained closed Monday after the severe flooding in the state that accompanied Hurricane Irene. "We're very fortunate to have only one store that remains closed," Mike Norton, a spokesman for the Delhaize-owned chain, which is based in Scarborough, Maine, told SN Monday. He said he was unsure when the flooded store would reopen, although he noted that the water had receded and ...

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