EAST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Shaw's Supermarkets here has revamped one of its small urban units to accommodate shoppers who buy smaller sizes in Center Store. The Shaw's unit, between 25,000 and 30,000 square feet, on Lincoln Street in Worcester Mass., has been revamped to cater to mostly elderly shoppers. Shaw's had planned to close the unit, which was consistently underperforming, on Oct. 14. However, the mayor of Worcester, Raymond V. Mariano, appealed to Shaw's to keep the unit open, ...

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