SEA ISLE, N.J. — One Acme store here sustained water damage in Hurricane Sandy and two others — in Brigantine and Beach Haven — were inaccessible as of Wednesday, a spokesman for parent company Supervalu told SN. All three stores are located on New Jersey shore islands, where the storm had a significant impact. Minneapolis-based Supervalu was able to get several other Acme stores in the region running Wednesday as power was restored and the company connected some sites ...

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