MATTHEWS, N.C. — Harris Teeter here said yesterday it was shuttering three locations on North Carolina's Outer Banks as of midnight Thursday in advance of Hurricane Irene. Stores in Kill Devil Hills, Corolla and Kitty Hawk were all slated for closure, as the company made preparations at stores throughout the area. "Harris Teeter's special situations team has been closely monitoring Hurricane Irene's path and is preparing for a full response by pre-positioning tractor trailers with ...

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