The fate of a proposed Wal-Mart in Prince George\’s County is
no longer in the hands of the county\’s council after its Monday vote.
As the last few days of summer dwindle for D.C.-area students,
many parents are salivating at the deals they can score while back-to-school
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Walmart plans to open a store on Virginia Commonwealth University’s campus as part of a pilot program. Walmart and the university announced the project Wednesday in a news release. The 4,100-square-foot…
Wal-Mart isn\’t exactly the place where you\’d expect to find your
favorite locally-made barbecue sauce or spice rub, but the retail
giant is working to change that
It\’s not even July, but that\’s not stopping mega-retailer Wal-Mart
from thinking about its Christmas sales.
You can donate to the cause if you want.
The presumed death of Wal-Mart on New York Avenue NE is a grand
opening for D.C. Councilman Vincent Orange\’s big plans for the
More than 250 people were evacuated from a Laurel Walmart this morning after fire fighters discovered a carbon monoxide leak.
The first two Wal-Mart stores in the nation\’s capital opened Wednesday.
D.C.\’s first two Wal-Marts will open on the same day, just in
time for holiday shopping: Dec. 4. Both stores will open at 8 a.m.
that day, according to a statement from Wal-Mart.
Wal-Mart shouldn\’t have any trouble staffing two new \”super
centers\” it plans to open in Washington, D.C., by year\’s end after it received
what it calls an \”amazing\” response from potential employees.
In a WTOP interview in 2010, Vince Gray, as mayor-elect, was definitive about the wages Wal-mart should pay. Now, with the \”living wage\” bill before him and a week to make a decision on its fate, he\’s not as candid.
A developer says his plan to bring a Wal-Mart to the New York Avenue corridor in northeast Washington has fallen apart.
WASHINGTON – District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray says automatic federal spending cuts have led to a slowdown of the district’s economy. Gray’s comments at a news conference Tuesday came on the first day of…
More than a month has passed since the D.C. Council passed a bill requiring large retailers to pay their workers more than minimum wage. Now the bill is finally headed to the mayor\’s desk for consideration.