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June 25. 2013 12:40PM

Hannaford making no headway in suit against planning board to block competitor

Hannaford sought to reverse the planning board's decision to give Residences at Saco River LLC approval for an 80,500-square-foot retail grocery store behind T.J. Maxx in Conway. The planning board approval was given in August. The new grocery store is rumored to be a Market Basket.

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