SUNBURY, Pa. — Weis Markets said it would increase its capital spending budget by 7% to $110 million in 2011, as the company increases its pace of store growth and investments in technology. The current budget includes 14 major remodels, two additions and three new/replacement stores. Weis is currently building a replacement unit near Reading, a new unit near Easton and a replacement unit near State College, Jonathan H. Weis, Weis’ vice chairman, said at the company’s annual meeting here ...

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