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  • J.C. Penney hopes free-haircut program boosts sales

    J.C. Penney said it will be offering haircuts to children for free starting in November after a trial program last month resulted in 1.6 million crops. Kids in kindergarten through sixth grade will be eligible for free cuts every Sunday starting Nov. 4,...
  • Community & Clubs: Costa Mesa Kiwanis assist in Kelly's Closet event

     Community & Clubs: Costa Mesa Kiwanis assist in Kelly's Closet event
    On Aug. 25, the Kiwanis Club of Costa Mesa hosted its third annual Kelly's Closet in conjunction with the Boys & Girls Club of the Harbor Area. Twenty-four low-income children from the Westside and Lou Yantorn branches of the Boys & Girls Club were...
  • Would you pay $600 for dynamite denim?

    Would you pay $600 for dynamite denim?
    Sure, you can pay hundreds of dollars for a pair of jeans. But would you? For many of us, jeans are the absolute workhorses of our wardrobe, the single go-to when it's time to get dressed in the morning. But how does that translate into cold cash? To...
  • Popular downtown Roanoke business won't be returning to Center in the Square

    Popular downtown Roanoke business won't be returning to Center in the Square
    WDBJ7 has learned a popular downtown Roanoke business isn't come back. Thomas' Market closed several months ago because of the ongoing renovations to Center in the Square. The owner was expected to return, but the president of Center in the Square...
  • UPDATE: Liberty University buys Sears at River Ridge Mall, hopes to use property as civic center

    UPDATE: Liberty University buys Sears at River Ridge Mall, hopes to use property as civic center
    We're learning more about Liberty University's plans for the Sears store at River Ridge Mall. The school hopes to turn the space into a civic center.  Conceptual drawings were released Wednesday, showing a possible arena, exhibit hall, and high-rise...
  • Car review: 2013 Ford Escape thwarted by high tech

    Car review: 2013 Ford Escape thwarted by high tech
    Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, "To be simple is to be great." Memo to the minds behind Ford's 2013 Escape: Read more Emerson. At its core, this completely redesigned compact sport-utility vehicle is a great vehicle. It is comfortable, capable and not bad...
  • Early morning jewelry heist at NW Side Sears store

    Early morning jewelry heist at NW Side Sears store
    Thousands of dollars worth of jewelry were stolen from a Northwest Side Sears store early this morning after thieves broke in and cleaned out several cases, police said. At about 3:17 a.m., Chicago police responded to a burglary alarm at the Sears...
  • Storm's cost may hit $50B; rebuilding to ease blow

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Superstorm Sandy will end up causing about $20 billion in property damages and $10 billion to $30 billion more in lost business, according to IHS Global Insight, a forecasting firm. In the long run, the devastation the storm...
  • Veterans get free home repairs in Roanoke

    Veterans get free home repairs in Roanoke
    The widow of a deceased veteran recieved quite a gift on Saturday from a big name company as she undergoes chemo treatments for cancer.  Sears teamed up with an organization called Rebuilding Together Roanoke to provide some much needed home repairs...
  • Store credit card pros & cons

    Store credit card pros & cons
    You browse, you decide, and when you’re ready to pay you’re offered a 15 percent discount, $20 dollars back right away, or free shipping. How? By applying for a store credit card. But Consumer Reports Money Adviser says resist the urge to...
  • Market Basket: Passport Woodfire Grill owner looks toward future

    Market Basket: Passport Woodfire Grill owner looks toward future
    Despite setbacks before officially opening to the general public, the owner of Passport Woodfire Grill in South Bend still hopes to open his restaurant next week. Christopher Kohut trusts his business can overcome recent negative publicity, especially...
  • Walmart to finance Burbank's court costs

    Walmart to finance Burbank's court costs
    Walmart will pay for the city of Burbank's defense against a lawsuit filed in an effort to block or at least stall the world's largest retailer's plans to open a store near the Empire Center. The City Council has decided to defend the lawsuit, which...