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.
It’s the latest fashion frenzy at Target. Last year, the zig zag designs of Missoni flew off store shelves. Now, it’s clothing from designer Jason Wu.
A Texas mom is upset after she was allegedly harassed and kicked out of a Target store for nursing her baby. Word spread, which sparked a national protest, including one in our area.
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.
Employees are trying to push against earlier Black Friday hours this year through social media.
It’s not too late to make a few extra bucks this holiday season. Many employers are still hiring to keep up with the holiday demands!
Call it Black Friday creep — the desire of some retailers like Macy’s, Toys R’ Us, Walmart, and Target to get a jump on Black Friday by opening at midnight or earlier on Thanksgiving.
Target shoppers devoured a line of clothes unveiled for Target this week by high-end Italian designer Missoni. Within hours of the debut, some store shelves were empty. Target’s website actually crashed. Now, people are scrambling to find anything left.
Extreme couponers, beware. Some popular stores are saying enough is enough. They’re cracking down on the couponing craze and changing their policies.
Police are investigating after a group of roughly 100 teenagers allegedly caused some problems in East Liberty Sunday afternoon.
The ribbon cutting is just moments away at the brand new two-story Target in East Liberty.
Deciding on a school outfit is a tough decision. This is how to look like a million bucks while spending a lot less.
The woman accused of smashing the windows of a local Target store failed to show up for her preliminary hearing Wednesday morning.
A frustrated woman took a baseball bat to the front windows of the Target in McCandless. Donna Rosenberger, 39, of Cranberry, had an explanation for her actions.
Most of us, at some point, have paid a lot for a fancy beauty product. But when you shop at a drugstore, you probably figure you’re getting a decent price. However, Consumer Reports ShopSmart says, “maybe not.”