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Neighborhood residents angry over Kroger closings in Raleigh

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Posted: Tuesday, December 11, 2012 7:43 am

RALEIGH -- More than 100 people filled a Baptist church hall Monday night, angry, frustrated and insulted that Kroger will soon pull its two grocery stores out of Southeast Raleigh, stranding many elderly residents who walk to shop.

They criticized the Ohio-based chain for shuttering the groceries on Martin Luther King Boulevard and New Bern Avenue without notice, and for ignoring letters and calls from concerned Raleigh officials.

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