WHDH reports on the scene at the Chelsea Market Basket.
Cybah joined the pre-nor'easter horde at the Chelsea Market Basket this morning.
Trader Joe's in Coolidge Corner may be trying to fool us into thinking it's summer with that Red Sox banner the week before the Super Bowl, but it's no use - Louise Miller found long lines there this afternoon.
Meanwhile, up at the Chelsea Market Basket, Dan O'Brien found a store with check-out lines backing up into aisles - and not a single shopping cart to be had:
Artie T. himself welcomed hundreds of people to the the newest Market Basket, on Main Street in Waltham, just off 128, as our own Dvdoff shows us.
Finally opening this Sunday. In your face, Everett.
The Globe reports the two sides in the Market Basket stand off have finally and actually signed a deal in which Artie T's side of the Demoulas family will spend more than $1.5 billion buying the shares of the Artie S. side of the family.
Chris Rich scanned the produce aisles at one of the three Market Baskets in Billerica today.
It's easy to get confused on how to pronounce the chain's name. This video provides a handy tip.
MPH photographed the produce department at the Chelsea Market Basket, apparently hit by yesterday's walk out by warehouse workers over the ouster of CEO Arthur T. Demoulas by his cousin, Arthur S. Demoulas.
Arthur S. Demoulas vanquishes Arthur T. Demoulas for control of the chain, the Lowell Sun reports.
Megan Johnson filters the Craigslist section for just those MCs that could only happen at a Market Basket.
The Chelsea Fire Department reports it's ordered the local Market Basket to get rid of that damned mulch that keeps catching on fire.
Fire detail ordered again at Market Basket for multiple outside fires today. We ordered them to remove the mulch. Some has been removed, they are working on the rest.
Firefighters had to repeatedly respond to the same store last week for repeated mulch fires.
... Retired folks meander through the aisles, making sure to gently run their carts over the tops of your toes. Anytime you think there might be a little running room in an aisle, some family of 12 comes careening around the corner, parking their cart in front of you and arguing about what kind of Pop Tarts they should buy this week. For good measure, employees will also wheel out towering pallets of breakfast cereal during the busiest part of the day, drop them in the middle of the floor, and then stare idly at the shelves. ...
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