RICHMOND, Va. — Ellwood Thompson’s Local Market, the natural and organic specialty food store which postponed expansion to Washington, D.C. earlier this year, is again planning to open in the nation’s capital, reports said. The retailer in April announced that the poor economy would delay its planned fall 2010 debut at DCUSA project, a shopping complex under development in Washington’s Columbia Heights neighborhood. A recent report in the Washington City Paper said, however, that the ...

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