Penn Traffic Co., Syracuse, N.Y., said last week that same-store sales for the 14-week fourth quarter ended Feb. 3 declined 0.9%. However, same-store sales for the five weeks ended Feb. 3 increased 0.5%, the company noted. Penn Traffic said it expects to report complete fourth-quarter financial results March 27. The company also said nine of its stores in Pennsylvania and stores operated by two of its wholesale customers were affected by flooding in the state in January -- a situation ...

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