Newark businesses stay open through storm

Despite Friday's snowstorm and its aftermath, it was business as usual in Newark, where shops stayed open to serve their clientele. Shoppers themselves said they

Store owners say they stayed open because their customers rely on them.

Store owners say they stayed open because their customers rely on them. (2/10/13)

NEWARK - Despite Friday's snowstorm and its aftermath, it was business as usual in Newark, where shops stayed open to serve their clientele.

"We have regular hours; the customers can always count on us," says Will De Lima, of The Price Buster.

Shoppers said they weren't going to let the snow ruin their plans. One couple even came all the way from Long Island to watch their son's hockey game and do some shopping.

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