A local mom didn’t know what she was going to do. A last-minute expense meant she couldn’t get the toys she had on layaway for her kids.
First, there was Black Friday. Now, Brown Thursday is starting to catch on as shoppers look to cash in on some early deals.
More stores are opening on Thanksgiving or expanding their hours.
We’ve all seen them; maybe you use them, those blood pressure machines in drugs stores or supermarkets. But how accurate are the readings they give you?
Kmart’s controversial ads are at it again, but are they really effective?
Ask folks pumping gas over this holiday weekend, and this will be the common refrain about prices.
Kmart is back with a sequel to their popular “Ship My Pants” commercial. This time they are promising “Big Gas Savings.”
It’s an ad that some find hilarious, while others find it a bit too edgy.
A new, somewhat controversial, advertisement aims to do one thing: make you ship your pants.
While thousands of people prepare for “Black Friday,” which starts in just a few hours at some stores, others have already braved a bit of shopping madness.
From swim wear to patio furniture to lawn mowers and grilling accessories, if you’re looking to gear up for the summer then there are plenty of sales going on around the area this Memorial Day weekend.
A man is being checked out at the hospital this morning after his vehicle went crashing through the front of a local K-Mart store.
More than 100 Sears and Kmart stores will be shutting their doors for good. The news comes after a dismal holiday shopping season for the company that owns both stores.
Police in Westmoreland County are looking for two men in connection to a car theft. The victim told police someone stole his wallet which had credit cards and $220 cash from a car around 3 a.m. Wednesday.
State police need your help to identify a man caught on surveillance tape using a stolen debit card. The video shows the man wearing a hat and red t-shirt inside of a Kmart in Indiana County on the afternoon of October 9.