CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. turned down Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory’s request Friday to keep a store in the low-income Roselawn neighborhood open while the community transitions to other grocery options, according to a release from Mallory’s office. Mallory said he was “disturbed” by Kroger’s decision to close the store on April 25. Mallory and other officials met with representatives of Kroger this morning, asking the retailer to delay the closing for a few months so that “the city, members ...
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