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Topic - David Rose
Stadium operations officials from the 30 big league baseball teams will meet this week and are expected to discuss whether to make any security changes in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES One in an occasional series chronicling how the opening of a new Wal-Mart affects a small Virginia town.
Mr. Rose says he is concerned Wal-Mart could change the town's character, but he recognizes it as a business opportunity.
"If the Northern Neck has to have a Wal-Mart, I'd rather have it in my parking lot," he says as Wal-Mart finished constructing the walls of its nearly 150,000-square-foot store last month.