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from: TODAY News
Captain Edward Klein has seen his share of pain and loss. Two years ago, the veteran soldier stepped on an IED in Afghanistan, losing both his legs, and arm and most of his remaining fingers.
After 18 months in rehab, Klein and his wife Jessica were just starting a new life together, putting the worst behind them until 10 days ago when their Maryland home caught fire.
from: FOX 5 News
What a great place to finalize last minute details! Family comes first at Chevy Chase Supermarket.
A Montgomery County supermarket was hard hit from Friday's storm power outage, losing all of it's frozen food and refrigerated product.
from: Chevy Chase Patch
Namesake store continues to make customers a priority.
from: NBC Washington
A Montgomery County supermarket was kept open during Wednesday's blizzard thanks to its dedicated staff.
Although many groceries went out of business when children left the family store to work in other businesses and professions, mom-and-pop stores are not entirely a thing of the past...... Chevy Chase Supermarket on Connecticut Avenue in Chevy Chase, Maryland, was opened in 1958 by Bernard Freedman. His daughter-in-law’s brother, Walter Kirsch, joined the business in 1963 and the pair worked together until Freedman’s death. Kirsch has now turned over the management of the store to his sons.
The Chevy Chase Land company congratulates Chevy Chase Supermarket, recipient of the Dick Price Small Business Award for 2009.