With storm damage still evident in the parking lot on Saturday, shoppers at Kroger in Bluffton said the store was busier than usual, with many replenishing what had to be to be thrown away because of power outages from Hurricane Matthew.
With storm damage still evident in the parking lot on Saturday, shoppers at Kroger in Bluffton said the store was busier than usual, with many replenishing what had to be to be thrown away because of power outages from Hurricane Matthew. Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com
With storm damage still evident in the parking lot on Saturday, shoppers at Kroger in Bluffton said the store was busier than usual, with many replenishing what had to be to be thrown away because of power outages from Hurricane Matthew. Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com

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