There were few lines, no pushing or shoving… can this be Black Friday?
More than a hundred thousand people are expected to descend on Ligonier for Fort Ligonier Days.
Eager shoppers didn’t waste time getting out of the gate at the Mall at Robinson. Bright and early, they started sprinting through the halls in hopes of grabbing door busters before they were gone.
Shoppers were ushered out of a Fayette County Walmart Saturday evening after a bomb threat was reported.
Not all the Black Friday madness was overnight and early this morning. At the Westmoreland County Mall in Greensburg, shoppers have been at it since midnight; but the mall isn’t the only place to cash in on Black Friday deals.
Time is running out to get Christmas gifts and local malls were filled to the brim with last-minute shoppers.
People camped out, lined up and pushed through the doors when stores opened as early as midnight for early bird specials this Black Friday. Everyone was looking for a good deal on that holiday gift, but not everyone was in a giving mood. A small scuffle reportedly broke out at one sale in the Monroeville Mall.
The turkey dinner is done and that means it’s time to shop till you drop. That’s just what many people did overnight and continue to do this morning. Black Friday is officially underway and local stores and malls are packed with people who either stayed up all night or got a very early start just for a chance to get some great deals.