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firstname.lastname@example.orgJennifer Ward is affectionately known to friends and relatives as a tightwad. But to people who are familiar with her blog, she’s The Nifty Thrifty Lady — a moniker she wears like a badge of honor. She trims her grocery bills with fistfuls...
A fun part of my client's success is my famous grocery shopping tour. We go to a local grocery store, and show them how to read food labels, get the most supportive food items, what to eat less of and what to flat out avoid. This where the rubber hits...
Planning ahead is the key to saving time and money. This means preparing a food budget, planning meals, and sticking to your plan. Using good strategies at home and at the store can help you save money. By planning ahead and managing your money wisely,...
email@example.comThe first smartphone I ever saw had an app that could “listen” to a song on the radio and then display the name of the song and the name of the artist. Well, I thought that was so amazing, I immediately downloaded a copy and gave it a...
Happy birthday to Martin “Buck” Harsh Jr., who turns 87 on Feb. 7. Harsh has lived in Williamsport all his life, except for the years he served in the Navy during World War II. He owned Harsh’s Meat Market until he retired. ...
Gov. Tom Corbett on Wednesday unveiled an ambitious plan to end the state monopoly over the sale of liquor and wine by replacing hundreds of state-owned stores with twice as many private outlets and allowing beer and wine to be sold at a wide range of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs soon as the ribbon dropped Thursday morning, shoppers began cramming the aisles of the new ALDI’s Food Market off Edwin Miller Boulevard. For many of them it was their first look at a different grocery shopping experience. The new 10,000-...
Redefining our terms would be less taxing To the editor: I have an idea that may help resolve the current economic impasse. The major sticking point that has prevented Republicans and Democrats from coming together is the word “tax.”...
The garment factory in Bangladesh where 112 people were killed in a fire had been turning out clothes for Wal-Mart, Disney, Sears and other major retailers — some of whom say they thought they had stopped doing business with the place. The...
Coats for Kids will be held by the North Hagerstown Lions Club through Jan. 10. The big, red drop container is near the Sears store at Valley Mall. All coats, clean and in good shape, from newborn through adult sizes, will be accepted. Coats will be...
The Chewsville Lions Club is selling Sheetz fundraiser coupon books for $10 each. The books include more than $25 worth of food and drink coupons and are good for three years. To buy a coupon book, call Warren Middlekauff at 301-739-3298. The club also...
Editor's note: This column was corrected on Oct. 21 at 3:02 p.m. to properly identify Salem Avenue Elementary School teacher Brittany Sprecher in a caption that accompanies the photo of Washington County Deputy Schools Superintendent Boyd Michael’...
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