CAMP HILL, Pa. -- Rite Aid here and Longs Drug Stores, Walnut Creek, Calif., reported that they signed an agreement to exchange six stores. The swap is a part of Longs Drugs' planned disposition of 31 stores during the fiscal year ending Jan. 31, 2008. Under the agreement reported last week, Rite Aid expects to receive six of the 31 stores including three in Washington, two in Oregon and one in California. Rite Aid will also receive the prescription files of six other Longs Drugs stores in ...

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