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  1. Fresh Market expands in Chesterfield CountyRead the original story

    37 min ago | Virginia Business

    The Fresh Market grocery chain has signed a lease for a new location in Chesterfield County. The store, expected to open in late 2015, will be located in the Commonwealth Center shopping area, at the intersection of Hull Street and Route 288.

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  2. How New US Net Neutrality Rules Are Shaping the Internet WorldwideRead the original story w/Photo

    43 min ago | Government Executive

    The actual expenses from the recent and high-profile breaches at Sony, Target and Home Depot amount to less than 1% of each company's annual revenues. The House Committee on Science, Space and Technology approved a bill that would require the Energy Department to invest in supercomputing research.

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  3. There's A World Of Difference Between Johnson & Johnson And Procter & GambleRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    Investors looking at large cap blue chip or dividend growth stocks continue to gravitate to names like Johnson & Johnson and Procter & Gamble . Their impressive corporate and dividend histories, iconic brands, consumer awareness/loyalty, critical mass, and easy-to-understand business models are just some of the reasons there is large retail investor following.

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  4. County Commission Votes 5-4 In Favor of Middle Valley Neighborhood WalmartRead the original story

    Yesterday | Chattanoogan.com

    The County Commission on Wednesday voted 5-4 to allow a Walmart Neighborhood Center at Middle Valley Road and Thrasher Pike.

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  5. Anthem denies role in BSU identity theftsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Star Press

    Anthem denies role in BSU identity thefts Ball State can't explain increase in tax fraud Check out this story on thestarpress.com: http://tspne.ws/1BJj2ii MUNCIE As the number of tax-related identity theft victims at Ball State University increases, so are the questions and rumors.

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  6. Soddy Daisy High School Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony Moved To March 13Read the original story

    19 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com

    The 7th Annual Soddy Daisy High School Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony has been rescheduled for Friday, March 13, at 8:30 a.m. in the Soddy-Daisy High School Gymnasium.

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  7. Ooltewah Horned Frogs Go From 6 Seed To ChampionshipRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com

    Team members include, left to right, Noah Camp, Ty Dearing, Hayden Choate, Sean Helferich, Griffin Culpepper, Nathan Tipton, Dylan Wiggs, Andrew Mossbeck and Aiden Mclaynds .

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  8. Department Of Transportation Announces Summer Driver's Education ScheduleRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com

    The Drivers Education Program is available to any City of Chattanooga resident 15-22 years of age.

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  9. F.A.C.E. Presents Skin Care And Make-Up Class For Teen GirlsRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com

    F.A.C.E. will present Girl Face It, a skincare and make-up class for 25 pre-selected teen girls at the Glenwood Recreational Center on March 7. Today, girls as young as 10-12 years old are experimenting with make-up.

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  10. If Wal-Mart can boost its minimum wage, can a wage hike for the rest of us be far behind?: Paul KrugmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PennLive.com

    Wal-Mart, America's largest employer, announced that it will raise wages for half a million workers. For many of those workers the gains will be small, but the announcement is nonetheless a very big deal, for two reasons.

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  11. Spring Break Camp Offered At The Chattanooga ZooRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chattanoogan.com

    Officials said, "For grades K-5th, this exciting week-long camp is designed to engage and excite the animal enthusiast in your family.

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  12. The world as we see itRead the original story

    Yesterday | MacLeans

    Aboriginal and political leaders met last week for a roundtable on missing and murdered Aboriginal women. The daylong event fell well short of the national inquiry that many feel is necessary to address the problem: According to the RCMP, more than 1,000 Aboriginal women have been killed or have gone missing since 1980.

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  13. Operation Medicine Drop is back onRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Tribune/The Tribune Advertiser

    Don't know what to do with unused bottle of pills? The Elkin Police Department is partnering with Walmart and Riverkeepers of North Carolina to conduct a Medicine Drop on March 16. Along with Safe Kids North Carolina, the Drug Enforcement Administration and Elkin Police Department are collecting prescription drugs in order to safely destroy them before they're able to fall in to the wrong hands. The state-wide initiative is part of Operation Medicine Drop, an event that has helped North Carolinians dispose of about 61 million doses through 1,600 events since 2010.

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  14. The Perils Of Bundled RiskRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

    Since the 1980's, the American financial and monetary establishment has gotten better and better at bundling risk. This bundling can be a boon, but sometimes leads to catastrophe.

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  15. Belrose residents demand answers on water issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | UnionvilleTimes.com

    There was not an empty seat at the township's board of supervisors' meeting on Monday night as many of the Belrose community members were in attendance to get the status on the estimated work for a hydrological survey submitted on October 6, 2014, to Jim Hatfield, township engineer. Hatfield was not in attendance at the meeting because of a prior conflict.

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  16. Mary Steenburgen adds voice against gay discrimination lawRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Arkansas Times

    Mary Steenburgen, the Arkansas native actress, has added her voice to those opposing HB 1228, the bill aimed at preserving legal discrimination against gay people under the pretext of religious freedom. It would create untold other complications for all sorts of government activities to give people a religious excuse to avoid the law.

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  17. Budgets dominate first day of legislatureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | WALA

    Lawmakers are limited to only introducing bills on the first day of the session. However, they have to tackle a 250 million dollar deficit in the General Fund.

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  18. Get a Lenovo N20p 2-in-1 Chromebook for $229.99Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CNET News.com

    If you've been eyeballing a Chromebook but wishing for a model that's a bit more versatile, a bit more, shall we say, flexible , today's deal is for you. For a limited time, and while supplies last, Best Buy has the Lenovo N20p 2-in-1 touchscreen Chromebook for $229.99 shipped .

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  19. Glassman says Walmart asked to relax traffic mitigations for Bel Air South storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Baltimore Sun

    Harford County Executive Barry Glassman says Walmart wants the county to ease off on some of the traffic improvements it is requiring for a new store in Bel Air South. "I didn't tell them yes or no," he said.

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  20. Steamboat Springs: Coloradoa s best stop for ski seasona s last callRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | New York Post

    Colorado's most epic ski resort is also home to the smallest Walmart ever built . But if you're asking yourself, "When did Vail get a flippin' Walmart?" you're already on the wrong track.

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