Candidates for public office in Massachusetts have the right to collect nominating signatures outside supermarkets, the highest court ruled Friday in a decision that expands the rights of candidates on commercial private property.
Supermarket chains are launching a television ad to try to persuade voters to reject a ballot question to expand Massachusetts’ bottle deposit law.
It’s a prank where someone throws milk or juice onto the floor and pretends fall, stunning other shoppers.
Shoppers aren’t just going to the supermarket to buy food these days. They’re also going there to eat out, and to become more educated shoppers.
There is a great commercial for Ziploc bags.
The Hannaford Supermarket chain says it is recalling ground beef with a sell-by date of Dec. 17 or earlier because it may be contaminated with salmonella.
Gov. Deval Patrick has signed into law a bill allowing beer and wine to be sold at more supermarkets in Massachusetts.
A potential ballot question battle may be averted.
Big Y says the self-serve lanes will be phased out by the end of the year, and more standard service lanes added.
It may be called a weed, but it can add fresh flavor to everything from soup to fish.