Publix Super Markets on Tuesday announced plans to cross another state line, saying it has signed leases for its first two stores in Virginia and was "looking ahead to aggressive growth in the state." The retailer said it had tentative plans to open a 54,000-square-foot store in Bristol, Va., in late 2017, and open a second unit in Richmond's Glen Allen community in 2018. The Richmond store, planned for 49,000 square feet, will be built at a site acquired by a developer last ...
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