In the outer boroughs, some chains are moving in. Stop & Shop, which was a little-known name when it acquired and converted some Edwards stores more than a decade ago, has more recently returned to the city with a cleaner image. Today the Ahold-owned banner operates 14 stores in the boroughs and another in nearby Yonkers, N.Y., spokeswoman Arlene Putterman told SN. Its most recent additions are three former King Kullen sites on Staten Island. Those stores originally were Pathmark ...

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