Carly C’s IGA grocery store customer Alice Smith of Raleigh gets help bagging and loading her purchases from IGA employee Margie Dailey, right, Monday afternoon. The city’s privilege license fee for Raleigh businesses, including Carly C’s IGA, will expire July 1.
Carly C’s IGA grocery store customer Alice Smith of Raleigh gets help bagging and loading her purchases from IGA employee Margie Dailey, right, Monday afternoon. The city’s privilege license fee for Raleigh businesses, including Carly C’s IGA, will expire July 1. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Carly C’s IGA grocery store customer Alice Smith of Raleigh gets help bagging and loading her purchases from IGA employee Margie Dailey, right, Monday afternoon. The city’s privilege license fee for Raleigh businesses, including Carly C’s IGA, will expire July 1. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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