The following is a list of holiday hours for malls and shopping centers in and around the Philadelphia region.
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Feeling more like the Grinch than Cindy Lou Who this year? Up your levels of holiday cheer at these local seasonal events.
Janice Baker, a Chester County resident, brought a pickup truck and a trailer to a local police station parking lot and organized a toy drive — so little Ryan could have a chance at a good Christmas.
$35K Cocktail Machine, Limited-edition Maserati Among Offerings In This Year’s Neiman Marcus Christmas Book
Holiday shoppers with a limitless budget and taste for opulence could also spend $425,000 for a trip to the Academy Awards, complete with invitations to the Vanity Fair Oscar party.
Consumer protection laws vary by state, and as you can imagine there is great variation in layaway plans. Not reading the fine print could cost you.
CEO and President of the Philly POPS, Frank Giordano, says he is looking forward to the upcoming season and its diverse and fun line-up.
A former Philadelphia transit officer is charged with handcuffing a woman who complained that he cut the line for coffee at a Dunkin’ Donuts on Christmas morning.
Poinsettias won’t leave on their own. You have to show them the door.
Mourners are being asked to wear bright colors — especially pink — in memory of a 8-year-old Delaney Brown who was serenaded by thousands just days before dying of leukemia.
For consumers, today is all about exchanging or returning gifts, but retailers want it to be about discounts and perhaps using those gift cards Santa put under the tree.
Police: Real-Life ‘Grinches’ Steal Pemberton Family’s Gifts From Under Tree Christmas Day; 3 Arrested
Police say three alleged “Grinches” are facing charges after gifts were stolen from under a Pemberton Township family’s tree on Christmas Day.
On Thursday, millions will head to the gift return line to exchange those gifts that didn’t quite hit the mark.
A New Jersey mom got the best surprise she could have asked for this Christmas — her son.
Working on Christmas still meant having a happy holiday for many people throughout the Delaware Valley.