SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Penn Traffic here last week said it would begin focusing more attention in the coming year on building new stores after remodeling, enlarging or replacing 80 of 216 supermarkets during the past three years. During a conference call discussing first-quarter earnings, the parent of the Big Bear chain, which also operates other formats, said it would open five new stores in the coming year and expects to begin construction on at least two additional stores this year and has ...

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