rain could mean trouble for farmers and higher prices at the grocery store . For many, dry weather can mean good things, but for farmers ..... farmers, which could mean higher prices for shoppers at the grocery store . "Any problem for a farmer is a problem for the consumer
just for safety, because you don't know who's going to come up to you in a Kroger parking lot." Shoppers at a nearby grocery store had differing opinions on the issue. "I don't agree with people going around and carrying guns in stores. I think it
After a busy election night with final results still hanging in the balance, wine in grocery stores is the next issue facing a fast-approaching deadline. While some 37 cities, including Brentwood, Spring Hill and Fairview
GREAT THAT WOULD BE FOR THE FAMILY.
>> THE DONATION STARTED POURING IN FROM NEIGHBORS AND EVEN LOCAL GROCERY STORES . AS OF THIS MORNING, THEY RAISED $890 IN JUST SIX DAYS.
>> IT'S A HARD TIME FOR THAT FAMILY. IT
Referendums to sell wine in grocery stores will be on the ballot in five more cities this November ..... vote. In March, Gov. Bill Haslam signed the law allowing grocery stores to sell wine if voters approve it in local elections. The
Davidson County Election Commission announced today that enough verified signatures had been submitted to add the Wine in Grocery Stores referendum on the November ballots. The election commission said in an email that 15,647 registered voters had been verified
to decide if they want wine sold in grocery stores and markets. They are the two latest ..... White and Food, which supports wine in grocery stores , has been holding petition drives ..... petitions to county election commissions. Grocery stores can begin selling wine in 2016 if approved
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Davidson County without a farmers' market. "It's just better, better tasting, much fresher than when it gets to the supermarket , it's gone through so many hands. This is coming right from the field right to you. I just love it," said Deborah