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Two groceries are headed to Chester

Philadelphia Inquirer Kathy Boccella, Inquirer Staff Writer After a decade with no supermarket, making it one of the nation’s most parched food deserts, Chester will soon have two. Groundbreaking for a Bottom Dollar is scheduled for Friday, while construction on Philabundance’s Fare & Square, halted for…

City without a store no more: Two markets coming to Chester WHYY By Elana Gordon July 26, 2013 For more than a decade, residents of Chester, Pennsylvania, have looked elsewhere for basic groceries. That’s about to change, and people couldn’t be happier. “Everyone’s saying the same thing,” said Mayor John Linder. “Finally. We’ve got a market.”…

Grocery options edge closer to reality in city

Delaware County Daily Times By JOHN KOPP @DT_JohnKopp CHESTER — Having gone years without a full-fledged supermarket, Chester residents soon will have increased access to healthy food options thanks to the openings of a pair of grocery stores in the coming months. Soloff Realty…