If you don’t mind giant sizes and you have room to store boatloads of things such as paper towels, warehouse clubs are a popular shopping option.
The company is recalling thousands of containers of black pepper because they may contain salmonella.
From tablets to TVs to laptop computers, electronics are likely to be the hottest gifts this holiday season. Consumer Reports’ recent survey covering more than 42,000 electronics purchases can steer you to the best places to buy.
Police are investigating a home invasion in Munhall, where up to four people broke into an elderly couple’s home.
A Central California company has issued a voluntary nationwide recall of specific lots of its fresh peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots over concerns of possible listeria contamination.
Consumer Reports has just released its list of the winners and losers from Costco.
A food maker in Minnesota is recalling some of its products.
A steel plant and a Costco store are among the places President Barack Obama plans to visit on a four-state tour after the State of the Union address.
With all the hype on retail stores opening their doors on Thanksgiving, hours before Black Friday, it’s easy to forget that many large retail stores have not given in to the pressure to do that.
Ask folks pumping gas over this holiday weekend, and this will be the common refrain about prices.
They are calling it a merger of equals — the consolidation of Office Max, a Illinois-based company, with Office Depot, an Florida-based company — to become one giant office supply store better positioned to take on number one Staples.
Do you go into sticker shock every time you need medicine for your pet? Well, consider shopping around the next time your pet gets sick. Your veterinarian is not the only place selling the drugs you might need for Spot or Fluffy.
Dale and Thomas is recalling certain bags of its flavored, ready-to-eat Popcorn Indiana brand.
Most shoppers can’t believe that some of the leading grocery chains have been adding something called pink slime to their ground beef. It’s an additive that the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) says is safe but which many consumers question.
Does buying bulk really save you money? You walk into Sam’s Club or Costco with intentions to buy just a few things, but you end up getting a lot more because it appears to be a good deal.