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After 37 years, Harris Teeter in Ogden to close

The Harris Teeter at Ogden Plaza will close its doors next month.

No timeline for Carolina Beach Publix after court appeal

After the developer of a long-proposed Harris Teeter appealed a judge’s decision to allow a competing grocery store in Carolina Beach, there is no timeline for the island to get a second grocer.

Former officer accused of stealing from 5 Harris Teeters; faces 49 charges

A Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer already accused of shoplifting from a grocery store is now facing 25 more larceny charges.

Feds charge man, say he sprayed a foul liquid at supermarket

Charleston Police said 41-year-old Pau Hang was arrested Oct. 15 after a manager saw him empty a bottle of liquid with a bad odor like feces on the produce and other items at a Harris Teeter store in Charleston.

Grocery stores open on Christmas Eve and Christmas

We've compiled a list of area stores open on Christmas Eve and Christmas just in case you need to make a mad dash for that last minute ingredient!

Man arrested after allegedly spraying feces on Harris Teeter produce

A former Harris Teeter contractor has been arrested after allegedly attempting to contaminate food in a Harris Teeter on Savannah Highway.

NC-based grocery chain named in lawsuit over pay

A North Carolina-based grocery chain is being sued by a worker who says it failed to pay some employees for time worked.

Food Bank receives 40,000 pounds of protein

Smithfield Foods with its hunger-relief initiative, Helping Hungry Homes, donated nearly 40,000 pounds of protein, with help from Harris Teeter, the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina.

Harris Teeter announces hummus, chicken nugget recalls

Harris Teeter has recalled one of its Fresh Foods Market products while announcing the recall of another product it carries.

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Without federal funding, tribal leaders say they are less-equipped to prevent infections and curb the significant economic toll the pandemic has had on their communities.