NJ businesses close for snowstorm

The latest snowstorm has put many New Jersey businesses in a deep freeze. From malls to Main Street, the snowstorm took a toll on business.

In some towns, there were hardly any stores or restaurants open.

In some towns, there were hardly any stores or restaurants open. (2/13/14)

EDISON - The latest snowstorm has put many New Jersey businesses in a deep freeze.

From malls to Main Street, the snow storm took a toll on business. In some towns, there were hardly any stores or restaurants open.

Bridgewater Commons Mall announced a late opening and then closed because the snow made it too difficult for employees and customers to get in.

Flower stores like Carousel of Flowers in Somerville remained open because to get out deliveries for Valentine's Day.

With all the other closed businesses leaving streets deserted, snowplows had an easier time clearing the streets.

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