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Black Friday (shopping)

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  • Black Friday, No Thanks!

    Black Friday, No Thanks!
    Did you set your alarm, flier in hand, get in lineĀ and join the Black Friday crowds? Or maybe you hit up the outlets on your way home from Thanksgiving?
  • Everyone needs a holiday

    Everyone needs a holiday
    When I left Publix today, I noticed that they would be open on July 4. Moreover, I noticed that liquor stores and clothing stores will be open. Some people aspired to be in careers that demanded 24/7 employment such as medical fields or law enforcement....

    Easton's ode to Christmas peace moves (grumble) to Saturday

    Easton's ode to Christmas peace moves (grumble) to Saturday
    With spring rising in the Lehigh Valley on Wednesday, Easton City Council's thoughts were of Christmas. Eastonians take their history and tradition seriously, and perhaps no tradition carries more weight and is more beloved than the yearly conversion of...

    Easton to move peace candle-lighting to Small Business Saturday

    Easton to move peace candle-lighting to Small Business Saturday
    Easton's annual lighting of its massive holiday peace candle is moving from Black Friday to Small Business Saturday. Easton has embraced the day after the holiday-shopping-mad Black Friday, which was designated as a day to patronize local mom and pops...

    Lawmakers push 'Small Business Saturday' tax holiday

    Lawmakers push 'Small Business Saturday' tax holiday
    TALLAHASSEE - After passing a glut of sales tax holidays last year, lawmakers are preparing for another this year, this one targeting small businesses. Bills from Sen. Rene Garcia, R-Miami, and Rep. Jay Fant, R-Jacksonville, would eliminate the sales...