If the thought of braving holiday crowds at the mall is driving you to go for gift cards, you’re not alone.
If you live or do business in the City of Pittsburgh, start preparing to dig a little deeper because you’ll be paying more to do either next year.
Pennsylvania is holding a discount sale on 2015 fishing licenses.
Hold on to your wallet, some banks are raising their ATM fees for non-bank customers.
In his first broadcast TV interview, Republican Bob Guzzardi, who is challenging Gov. Tom Corbett in the May 20 Republican primary, is very blunt.
There are houses on the market on Pioneer Boulevard in Brookline. But although there are eager buyers, there are no sales.
A district attorney in western Pennsylvania is asking questions about a sheriff’s office that gave out free or reduced-fee gun permits.
Prepaid debit cards are exploding in popularity. They can be used to buy items in stores, online and to get cash from ATMs. However, Consumer Reports Money Adviser found some prepaid cards are much better than others.
Casting calls and auditions are how most actors get jobs.
Nemacolin, the luxurious mountain resort in the Laurel Highlands, where chandeliers and glitz make you feel like royalty, is now completing construction of the region’s first resort casino — the Lady Luck Casino to open in July.
The construction at Point State Park is nearly finished. To keep the restoration work from being undone by the various festivals held at the park each year, officials are introducing some new rules and fees.
Every time you use a credit card to make a purchase, the seller gets charged a fee by the credit card company. But suppose the retailer charged you that same fee?
The Allegheny County Airport Authority did a recent poll of which destinations flyers would like to be able to fly to non-stop. Seattle, San Diego, and Jacksonville top the list.
With Marcellus Shale drilling rigs dotting our region, the price of natural gas has dropped to a ten-year low.
High bank fees, including charging for debit card use, had people taking to the streets last year. Some banks caved on that issue, but Consumer Reports said that hasn’t slowed them down.