HOBART | Kelvin Stanford only dropped by the Menards in Schererville on Friday morning in search a few items: $9.99 pliers, a $3 toaster so he could enjoy toast with his coffee at work and $1.44 fleece throw blankets for his Chihuahua to crawl under.
VALPARAISO | The city's Redevelopment Commission put a hold on funding for any new pathways or facade grants, will spend only about $15,000 to assist expansion of Central Park Plaza and won't fund planned streetscape work on North Calumet Avenue.
HOBART | Black Friday just isn't what it used to be.
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Deep discounts, promotion blitzes and fair weather seem to be turning the tide for retailers this holiday shopping season, which generally continues into the first two weeks of January for some stores.
Deep discounts, promotion blitzes and fair weather seem to be turning the tide for retailers this holiday shopping season, which generally continues through this week and even into the first two weeks of January for some stores.
CALUMET CITY | Bond was set at $10,000 for a Chicago man charged with one count of burglary in connection with an incident at the J.C. Penney store in the River Oaks Mall, Calumet City police said in a news release.
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