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Terre Haute, INWTHI

Crime Stoppers: Credit Card theft at Kroger

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - This week Crime stoppers report comes from the files of the Vigo County Sheriff’s Office. Detectives are needing your help identifying this individual. On April 8th while at Kroger south, a male subject approached a lady’s shopping cart and removed items from her purse including...
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Louisville, KYspectrumnews1.com

Local Black-owned dollar store offers an alternative to the corporate giants

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The are dozens of Dollar General, Dollar Tree and Family Dollar Stores in the Louisville area. As of June 5, there’s also one Community Dollar. Tucked into a modest storefront in a Dixie Highway shopping center, Community Dollar is part of a new wave of family-owned dollar stores, where the founders negotiate with distributors, run the cash register and keep the social media pages active. And unlike the corporate giants it's now competing with, Community Dollar keeps the money spent there in the community.
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Virginia StateWDBJ7.com

VA Police Chief: you can still legally wear mask July 1

ROANOKE Co., Va. (WDBJ) - People who still wish to wear a mask after Governor Ralph Northam’s COVID-19 executive order expires do not need to worry about violating Virginia’s face covering law. That’s according to Roanoke County Police Chief Howard Hall. He says people 16 and up have to be...
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Decatur, ALWLKY.com

Restaurant owners gift a car to deserving 19-year-old employee

DECATUR, Ala. — There sure are some good bosses out there and no one knows that more than Addy Miller. Jason and Christy Such, owners of "Such N Such" in Decatur, Alabama, know when they see a hard worker. A 19-year-old worker who will do it all — cook, clear tables, wash dishes, take out the trash.
Grocery & SupermaketKTVZ

Grocery stores are excited to charge you higher prices

You might not be excited about paying higher prices for meat and vegetables, but your grocery store is thrilled. The rising prices for staples like milk and pork affect grocery stores too, as they have to pay more to their suppliers. But while they are raising prices under the guise of increasing supplier costs, they’re adding a little extra on top of that.
Garden City, KSGarden City Telegram

GCHS students receive national recognition for community service

Garden City High School has announced that four students are being recognized by the United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA) and InnerView in the fourth annual National Community Service Awards. Tam Nguyen has received an Ambassador award; Quan Pham received a Honor award; while Jasmin Flores and Zach Warren...
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The Motley Fool

Kroger: An Undervalued Dividend Stock?

Shares of Kroger (NYSE:KR) rose sharply on Thursday, climbing more than 4%, even as the S&P 500 dipped slightly. The stock's gain came after the grocer reported better-than-expected fiscal first-quarter results and management raised its outlook for its full-year financial performance. There was a lot to like about the quarter....
Roswell, GAeastcobbnews.com

Lower Roswell traffic concept plan to go before Cobb commissioners

After several years of delays, Cobb DOT on Tuesday will present to Cobb commissioners a concept plan for major traffic improvements along a key stretch of Lower Roswell Road. The nearly $9 million project (fact sheet; location map) would expand traffic lanes along Lower Roswell between Woodlawn Drive and Davidson Road, create special turn lanes in some areas and construct a raised median along one portion of the route that’s been the subject of numerous discussions.
Grand Rapids, MIPosted by
TheStreet

SpartanNash Unveils Discounts for Online Customers

Grocery retailer/distributor SpartanNash (SPTN) - Get Report Friday unveiled discounts for its delivery/pickup customers, part of its Fast Lane subscription service. The Grand Rapids, Mich., company distributes groceries to independent and chain retailers, its own stores, and military commissaries. “Annual Fast Lane subscriptions are available for $49 per year and...
Businessthebossmagazine.com

Grocery stores taking advantage of inflation

Grocers are upping consumer costs to make up for inflation and supply shortages. Grocery stores are taking advantage of the current inflation and rising supplier costs by adding extra to the price for consumers. According to economists like Burt Flickinger, managing director of retail consultancy Strategic Resource Group, it is...
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