The online retail giant is buying the grocery chain for $13.7 billion.
Former executives from companies such as Panera will join the grocery chain.
A local development group hosted workshops for business owners so they could learn how to make labels and meet quality standards.
But how will residents in a place with 21 percent unemployment afford to shop here?
Probably not going to cost you your whole paycheck, but it's still not the bargain bin
The local delivery scene is getting crowded, even though companies struggle
Because every millennial just wants a new tat with their organic produce
Is anyone surprised?