SAVANNAH, Ga. -- Kroger Co., Cincinnati, has moved five turn-of-the-century homes here in order to build an inner-city store on its site of choice. While the store's exterior will be modeled on Savannah's fabled Old City Market to fit in with the ambience of the area, the interior will resemble a scaled-down version of Kroger's state-of-the-art store in Alpharetta, Ga., Ron Hoffman, manager of store development for the chain's Atlanta division, said. The new store will be in the city's ...

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