SCHENECTADY, N.Y. -- Price Chopper is hoping to succeed where others have failed. In the highly developed Northeast region of the country, where bare ground is difficult to come by, Price Chopper has been opening locations at sites that previously had been put to other retail uses. The two stores it opened this month in Connecticut, in the towns of Bristol and Southington, were both former Kmart buildings. In fact, each of the remaining half dozen or so stores the company plans to open in ...

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