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Last week, there was a lot of brush being torn down over by Carlisle Avenue and Brougher Lane, which leads into the West Manchester Mall. I checked in with West Manchester Township Manager Kelly Kelch last week.
Heard from a Walmart rep the other day. I frequently heart the ‘Mart, and previously created this video asking people what’s to love about saving money and living better, as the slogan says. The ‘Mart man wanted to let me … Continue reading
Retailer jcpenney may be taking the backlash against other mega-stores like Target and Wal-Mart to heart: the chain announced it will open at 4 a.m. on Black Friday, right around the time stores have opened in the past. Ever since … Continue reading
They’ve been impossible to miss – those happy, holiday-themed commercials for major retailers like WalMart and K-Mart advertising the return of their layaway programs, which had been shelved for several years. I remember layaway. My mom used to put things … Continue reading