SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Penn Traffic Co. here said last week it has begun investing $100 million in an 18-month capital program that will encompass upgrades at all Big Bear Plus stores, renovations of other formats and construction of new stores. d three conventional Big Bear units in Charleston, W. Va., and Kingsdale and Columbus, Ohio. Hirsch said other major capital projects are scheduled for P&C Foods in upstate New York, Quality Foods in western New York and northwest Pennsylvania, and ...

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