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Longtime Wichita car dealer Edward ‘Eddy’ Steven dies at 94

When Edward “Eddy” Steven started in the car business more than 50 years ago, he did paperwork out of the back of a car because he didn’t have an office.

Marshalls grand opening Thursday at NewMarket Square

Jerry Jones said he’s tried for a long time to get Marshalls to come to his northwest Wichita retail development.

Retail survey: Back-to-school spending up 14 percent

All those calculators and pencils for school add up, but to what?

Whole Foods Market bringing store to Wichita at new Waterfront Plaza

A new phase of the Waterfront development will be the home of Whole Foods Market when it arrives in Wichita late next year.

New owner plans improvements at Andover Crossing; Perfect Party to open there

UPDATED — A group called Commercial Equity has purchased Andover Crossing, an almost 10,000-square-foot center near the northeast corner of Kellogg and Andover Road, with plans to remodel it and add tenants.

Spice Merchant to devote space to selling tea

Spice Merchant owner Bob Boewe is preparing to transform his former deli space into an area exclusively devoted to tea.

Foreclosure sought on Crestview Place Shopping Center

The note-holder of Crestview Place Shopping Center, at the southwest corner of 21st and Woodlawn, is seeking to foreclose on the property.

NuWay marks July 4 anniversary with 82-cent special

NuWay Cafe doesn’t change things on a whim.

The Fresh Market opens at Bradley Fair in Wichita

Rather than cut a ribbon, the Fresh Market officially marked its opening Wednesday morning by splitting open a wheel of high-end parmesan cheese.

Fresh grocers a sign of recovery in Wichita

Wichita has suffered some tough economic blows in the last couple years, such as the pending departure of Boeing, but there are some signs of recovery, too.

Kroger closes Dillons Central Bakery

Kroger shut down its Dillons Central Bakery on Friday, ending a more than 40-year operation and affecting 28 employees.

Reality shows influence how Wichita brides shop for dresses

Trish Bell, co-owner of Accent Bridal & Tux, doesn’t watch TLC’s reality show “Say Yes to the Dress.”

Ferguson Enterprises opens downtown showroom

Almost a year ago, Have You Heard? reported that Ferguson Enterprises would open a new Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery downtown.

Cabela’s to issue refunds for extra sales tax charged in first 12 days

Cabela’s Wichita officials are issuing refunds for a 1.2 percent sales tax erroneously charged in the first 12 days of the store’s operation when a community improvement district was not legally triggered.

Firearms industry jobs up 30 percent from 2008 to 2011

These are high times for gun makers and firearms retailers.

Cheap Sheep’s business grows in hometown

Mattress Hub is continuing its rapid expansion, this time at home.

Once ‘too small’ a market, now Wichita’s on a national retail roll

Costco’s possible entry into the Wichita market would be the latest prize for the city, which has seen two years of surprising retail growth.

Simon Property makes 2 real estate deals for $3.5B

Simon Property Group Inc. is buying a minority stake in Paris-based real estate company Klpierre from BNP Paribas for about $2 billion in a move to expand its geographic reach.

QuikTrip plans for Wichita include larger menus, larger stores

More changes are coming for Wichita’s QuikTrip stores, as the Tulsa-based convenience store retailer expands its assault on the local fast-food and liquor markets.

Kroger seen as take-over bargain

For potential buyers, there may never be a better time to go grocery shopping in the United States.

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