E.C. Porter IGA is celebrating its 100th year as a family-owned and operated business. The 22,000-square-foot store, located in London, Ky., is run by Stuart House, whose great-grandparents opened the original store in 1914. As reported in IGA’s daily newsletter, House said the company wanted to give away a trip in honor of its anniversary, “but the economy is still really depressed here, [with] coal mines shutting down and a factory just closed, so we knew what people in this ...

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