WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y. — Tops Friendly Markets here is now the “neighborhood grocer” in a lot more neighborhoods. Following its acquisition of Penn Traffic's 79 stores out of bankruptcy, Tops is preparing to embark on a comprehensive investment program that will seek to reinvigorate the properties and imbue them with the same local appeal that Tops seeks to embody in its own stores, Frank Curci, Tops' chief executive officer, told SN last week. “This is a combination that's made sense for a ...

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