ROANOKE, Va. — Kroger’s Mid-Atlantic Division wants to build its first freestanding pharmacy kiosk in conjunction with a plan to expand retail tenants at the Towne Square Shopping Center here in order to attract more shoppers to Kroger’s 54,153-square-foot supermarket. The kiosk would take up 18 existing parking spaces in the front parking lot of the supermarket. It is estimated the kiosk would draw one or two vehicles per hour, according to the local planning commission that is considering ...

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