Suburb Calls for More Large Retailers Some communities fight with all their might against "big box" retailers coming into their neighborhoods. One suburb near Baltimore, Md., would welcome such stores. Residents of Randallstown -- a middle-class, mostly black community -- say although the town has gained in wealth, it lacks brand-name retail stores and restaurants found in nearby neighborhoods. Hear NPR's Cheryl Corley.
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Suburb Calls for More Large Retailers

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Suburb Calls for More Large Retailers

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Some communities fight with all their might against "big box" retailers coming into their neighborhoods. One suburb near Baltimore, Md., would welcome such stores. Residents of Randallstown — a middle-class, mostly black community — say although the town has gained in wealth, it lacks brand-name retail stores and restaurants found in nearby neighborhoods. Hear NPR's Cheryl Corley.