Monday, July 20, 2009

Monday morning short liners...

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The Staten Island Advance writes another article on Pathmark's return to New Dorp.

Delaware ShopRite to open first LEED certified supermarket in the state.

In Boston, a Superior Court judge here who refused to allow Wal-Mart to settle a class-action lawsuit involving off-the-clock work and shortened breaks has scheduled the case to go to trial Oct. 5, according to published reports.

A highly contagious fungus that destroys tomato plants has quickly spread to nearly every state in the Northeast and the mid-Atlantic, and the weather over the next week may determine whether the outbreak abates or whether tomato crops areruined, according to federal and state agriculture officials

In Massachusetts, paperless food stamps easier to use at farmers' markets.

Steven Greenhouse: Democrats cut 'Card Check' from Employee Free Choice Act.
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