A local supermarket is set to go through a bit of a change.
The Stop & Shop Supermarket chain is going to address accessibility issues at check-out aisles in all 400 of its stores in several states.
The company has reached agreement with the federal government to bring all the stores into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The agreement was announced today by Rhode Island U.S. Attorney Stephen Dambruch.
The government investigation was prompted by a Rhode Island resident who complained that three area Stop & Shop stores failed to provide adequate accessibility for customers who use wheelchairs.