UNIVERSITY PARK | Just in time to help you get your holiday shopping done early, the GSU Civil Service Senate is sponsoring the GSU annual Fall Vendor Fair.
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Here go the stores again. It's not even Halloween, and the stores are decorating for Christmas.
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The Hobart Jaycees are busy again this year with the group's annual Christmas Tree Sale at the clubhouse at 18 E. Old Ridge Road, Hobart.
CHESTERTON Local shops and restaurants will be participating in Duneland’s first Progressive Open House this Thursday, November 29, from 4-8pm. Hosted by the Duneland Chamber of Commerce, the event will feature $5 food and drink specials, holiday sales and extended shopping hours.
The holiday season is in full swing and many of us are going online or out to local stores and malls to do holiday shopping. Unfortunately, thieves and pickpockets will be looking for easy targets. By taking a few precautions suggested by the Cook County state's attorney's office, you can ma…
Four types of American shoppers have altered the shopping landscape this holiday season.
Bernadette Wojack looks over the gift books for sale at the Crete Public Library. The library is the place to find "book bundle gifts" for the holiday season and other special occasions. The varieties of like new books are wrapped with attractive ribbon and sell for $5.
The crowds, congestion and heavy bags are all unavoidable parts of the holiday experience if you do your shopping in the old-school, brick-and-mortar way. And they're part of the fun, too.
The crowds, congestion, heavy bags and "Jingle Bells" for the umpteenth time are all unavoidable parts of the holiday experience if you do your shopping in the old-school, brick-and-mortar way.
`Tis the season of the tablet. Despite the gloomy economy, shoppers are expected to shell out for tablet computers this December, making them the most-desired electronic devices this holiday season.
Kari Bunde knows firsthand why it is important to promote shopping locally. "Little shops like mine go out of the way to support local artisans who provide items you can't get at the mall," said Bunde, owner of The Copper Butterfly in Crown Point.
MUNSTER | Munster Police Department is currently seeking monetary donations for this year's "Cops and Kids" holiday shopping program, in which officers take pre-selected underprivileged families shopping in December with donated funds from the community.
Technology has ratcheted up the holiday shopping game for consumers and retailers, making this season more hands-on than ever.
Following is a listing of craft shows and bazaars this holiday season in the region.
Region residents discuss their holiday shopping habits.
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