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(Washington Post) — When the glass doors at Wegmans in Prince George’s County glide open at 7 a.m. Sunday, shoppers will be stepping into a place that symbolizes the county’s continuing transformation.  For a county without any other high-end grocers – no Whole Foods, no Trader Joe’s, no Harris Teeter – officials and residents describe it as an impressive achievement.  “One thing about Wegmans is they are very selective in terms of decisions on location,” said Patrick Donoho, president of the Maryland Retailers Association. “They are not going to open a store and in two years close it. They are good about picking locations that make a profit.”

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