A Market Basket store, returning to life Seasoned crews restore vibrancy to Burlington location ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff The epic battle over Market Basket that sparked an extraordinary worker revolt and captivated the public through the summer ended Wednesday night when Arthur T. Demoulas reached a deal to buy the company from rival relatives for more than $1.5 billion. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Arthur T. (center) thanked workers in the warehouse at the grocery chain's headquarters in Tewksbury. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff The standoff, which began in June when the board ousted Arthur T., led to empty shelves at many of the company's 71 locations. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Elizabeth Cleary of Billerica had stood outside the Wilmington store every day since the standoff started. On Thursday, her sign read "Welcome Home MB Family. We Won!" Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Workers immediately sprang into action to get the stores up and running once more. Pictured: Trucks headed to the warehouse at company headquarters. Zack Wittman For The Boston Globe Barely two days after the deal was announced, employees and vendors said the chain was recovering at a rapid pace. Zack Wittman For The Boston Globe Customers looked at the replenished shelves at the Burlington store on Friday. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Kitchen manager Edward Maloney worked on the schedule in the break room of the Burlington store. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Assistant meat manager Mike Coakley greeted customer Lennie Palmer, who has been a customer for 30 years. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Soon after a shipment of beef came in, Rodger Picanso cut New York spoon roast.