shopping

How to Adorn Yourself Affordably in the Tri-Cities
For dressing cheaply, the Tri-Cities has half-a-dozen thrift stores including Good Will, Value Village, and Plato’s Closet as well as discount stores such as Ross Dress for Less and TJ Max.
 
Tri-Cities shopping (especially bargain shopping) is very limited. We ...
Give a Gift to a Foster Child
Help get a Christmas gift to every child in foster care within Benton and Franklin counties and food for Tri-Cities Food Bank.  From now until Dec. 16, drop off a new gift at any Ranch & Home store, Global Credit Union or Costa Vida Fresh Mexican Grill in Kennewick. T...
7 Cyber Monday Survival Tips Every Web Surfer Should Know
Cyber Monday may not be as infamous as Black Friday, but often times there are better deals to be found. Plus, there's no crowds of shoppers pushing and shoving to get there first. If you'll be doing your shopping online, here are some things to keep in mind to ensure you get the best deal…
Support Small Businesses in Tri-Cities
As you're setting a game plan for your after-Thanksgiving shopping, remember to show "Small Business Saturday" some love.
Small Business Saturday
The brainchild of American Express and promoted via Facebook, the iniative is an effort to remind people to support "mom-and…
Bank of America Will Not Charge Monthly Fee for Debit Card Usage
In September, Bank of America announced it would soon begin charging customers a $5 monthly fee for using their debit cards, saying it was recouping losses from new laws that limited how much it could charge merchants when debit cards were swiped during transactions.
But after a firestorm of negative…