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What is going on with Aldi store in South Middleton Township?
On Aug. 28, the Aldi grocery store in the 200 block of West Minster Drive in South Middleton Township closed.
The move, however, is only temporary.
The store is being remodeled and will have a grand reopening on Sept. 29, according to the store’s website.
In February, Aldi announced it would spend roughly $1.6 billion to remodel stores across the United States, according to the trade publication Supermarket News.
The remodels are aimed at creating more space for meat, dairy, produce and bakery departments while also refreshing the look and adding more natural light, Supermarket News reported.
The store in South Middleton Township is one of three in Cumberland County.
Stores in the 3400 block of Simpson Ferry Road in Camp Hill and the Shippensburg Shopping Center in Shippensburg are open for business.
When are CenturyLink phone books being delivered and what do I do if I did not get one?
The CenturyLink phone books have already been delivered to Cumberland County residents.
The directories were delivered in June, according to CenturyLink spokeswoman Deborah Keyser.
Anyone interested in receiving a phone book but who did not get one in June, or anyone interested in an additional copy, can order one by visiting dexpages.com.
The website includes a complete digital version of the directory and information on how to order a physical copy.
Customers can also call 1-877-243-8339.
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