SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — Strong sales at stores that reopened quickly following Hurricane Sandy helped Village Super Market here post a 5.4% sales increase during the second quarter, the retailer here said Wednesday. Net earnings of $9.1 million for the period, which ended Jan. 26, were essentially flat vs. the same period last year, but when adjusted for one-time items in each period, decreased by 6%. Sales totaled $382.2 million, reflecting a new store in Old Bridge, N.J., and a ...
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