RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

The Home Depot

A collection of news and information related to The Home Depot published by this site and its partners.

Top The Home Depot Articles see all

Displaying items 1-5
  • Cut Your Own Christmas Tree

    Cut Your Own Christmas Tree
    Like always, Christmas seemed to bombard us this year. As soon as Halloween passed, yup, there they were in the foyer of Home Depot. Sparkly, shining, blinking decorations. Just as the turkey was digested, the carols came on the radio and the stockings emerged from their warm weather hibernation. I don't know about you, but, despite all this, I wasn't really feelin' it. I just wasn't in the holiday mood. Until I visited Karabin Farms, that is.
  • Lee Corso masks the work it takes to be happy face of college football

    TALLAHASSEE — It's 6 a.m., and the crazies who camped out all night are waiting in front of the stage. In a quiet hotel two miles away, the luckiest man alive tries to stay that way. He fills a glass with warm water, dumps in some salt and...

    Tap and pay the Apple way with free Google Wallet app

    Tap and pay the Apple way with free Google Wallet app
    Timing is everything. When Apple Pay made splashy headlines with its debut on Monday, news was breaking on another retail front. Another cyber security breach was being investigated, this time at Staples. Already, more than a hundred million...

    Father and son turn theme park dream into homemade dark ride

    Father and son turn theme park dream into homemade dark ride
    Countless kids and plenty of adults have dreamed of building their own theme park ride. Even with an endless supply of creativity, hard work, ingenuity and determination, the dream remains a long-shot undertaking that few ever attempt and fewer still...

    Open-air art display in D.C. meant to show plight of Syria's refugees

    WASHINGTON The bombs look like root beer barrels, falling from the sky toward unsuspecting stick figures. A tent labeled "UN" is ablaze, with orange scribbles for flames. There are remembered houses and tiny handprints, as well as a heart, cleaved in two,...