Kroger atlanta

Kroger atlanta

Kroger atlanta

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A resident of Sylvan Hills who asked me not to use her name said she recently moved to the area and immediately noticed the difference in access to grocery stores. She had been renting in Sandy Springs and moved to Sylvan Hills to become a homeowner. In Sandy Springs, “there were four to five grocery stores in a mile radius,” she said. “All of them have organic options.”

The first store to pick up a moniker was the Buckhead branch on Piedmont Road; it opened in 1976 as one of the first 24-hour Krogers in town. In 1980, it got a new neighbor in the glitzy Limelight discotheque. Coked-up revelers wearing polyester shirts and bell bottoms could often be seen stumbling through the grocery aisles after hours, giving birth to the sobriquet “Disco Kroger”—a name that stuck. The store is now officially titled “Fresh Fare Kroger,” but it’s still referred to by its original nickname, including by those who weren’t even alive during the disco era. (Source: www.atlantamagazine.com)


The unmarked security vehicles parked outside the Kroger signaled trouble. So, too, did the police tape blocking the store’s entrance at Metropolitan Parkway SW and Cleveland Avenue SW several days ago. A small sign taped to an overturned shopping cart flapped in the wind telling shoppers the power was out. Thieves had stolen critical electric wiring.

“The store is temporarily closed due to a break-in at the store’s electrical facility which resulted in theft of critical wiring, as well as significant damage to the electrical infrastructure that supports the store. We are working to repair the damage as quickly as possible so the store can re-open. We don’t have a timeline yet, but this is a top priority for our team. In the meantime, we are currently directing customers to the Greenbriar Crossing Kroger and the Cascade-Citi Center Kroger.” (Source: www.ajc.com)

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