By Jim Donovan: Brace yourselves, stores have already started rolling out their Christmas items. I saw some at Jo-Ann Fabric & Crafts on Monday and wanted to scream, “It’s too early!” but I restrained myself […]
Nineteen-year-old Matthew B. Adams, of Milford, reportedly went to the parking lot of a Wal-Mart on June 14th, 2012, where he attempted to break into numerous vehicles.
A proposed Wal-Mart on Route 73 in Mount Laurel? Not in my front yard, say some residents of Beaver Avenue.
Delaware State Police are trying to identify a man who committed two robberies within five minutes of each other earlier this May.
Big chain stores can be found in practically every large strip mall and shopping center in America, and each offers a different experience for shoppers. But how do they all stack up?
So did Santa bring you what you had asked for this year? If not, you better get cracking and make some returns.
A recent study shows that gas prices have gone down 9 cents over the past two weeks. Recent studies also showed an increase in shopping online. A local professor explains if there is a connection.
Police in Northeast Philadelphia are asking women to be on alert after two women were kidnapped and robbed at knifepoint.
With just a little more than a week to go, the holiday shopping season will soon upon us. But as you’re making your lists and checking them twice, 3 On Your Side finds that one big retailer has a big problem on its hands.
In this tough economy more and more stores will be doing anything they can to encourage cash-strapped customers to spend this holiday. In fact many are reviving an old-time payment plan, layaway.
The retail wars for your Christmas dollar are already heating up. Many big retailers are promoting that they’ve got the lowest prices, and if you find an item elsewhere for less, they’ll match the price.
Some major retailers have re-introduced the concept of “layaway” for your upcoming holiday purchases. Is it a good idea for shoppers?
It’s another day of Occupy Philadelphia at City Hall and there are a variety of tents across Dilworth Plaza.
Police and fire officials in Cinnaminson, New Jersey are looking for an arsonist who set fire to an arts-and-crafts aisle in the Cinnaminson Walmart around 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
Camden Mayor Dana Redd has pledged housing assistance for those without a home right now