Ariel Rogers, 22, and Jamila Edelen, 20, stock shelves at Roses in Southeast Raleigh on Tuesday. The store is scheduled to open Thursday in a building Kroger left two years ago.
Ariel Rogers, 22, and Jamila Edelen, 20, stock shelves at Roses in Southeast Raleigh on Tuesday. The store is scheduled to open Thursday in a building Kroger left two years ago. sbarr@newsobserver.com
Ariel Rogers, 22, and Jamila Edelen, 20, stock shelves at Roses in Southeast Raleigh on Tuesday. The store is scheduled to open Thursday in a building Kroger left two years ago. sbarr@newsobserver.com

Roses to open in former SE Raleigh Kroger space

January 28, 2015 05:58 PM

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