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email@example.comMaryland Comptroller Peter Franchot was at Hagerstown Premium Outlets Monday to raise awareness of this year’s Shop Maryland Tax-Free Week, during which there is no sales tax on footwear and apparel costing less than $100. This year’s tax-...
Special to The Baltimore SunNow that August has arrived, I'm starting to get the kids ready for going back to school. I'm trying to get them to bed earlier. I'm nagging them to finish their summer reading assignments. And I have the 11-year-old practicing his multiplication and...
Tags: Back to School
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThe average family of a K-12 student will spend $688 on back-to-school shopping this year. But that number is higher among online shoppers, according to data from the National Retail Federation. Online shoppers will spend close to $874 on school...
From notebooks to new clothes, back to school shopping can cost a fortune. According to the National Retail Federation, the average person with kids in school will spend $668.62. That's up about 65 dollars from last year. Combined, back to school and...
The Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act, which held President Obama's healthcare overhaul to be constitutional, sparked an outpouring of both approval and invective from business groups around the country. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce ...
House Republicans Try For 31st Time To Repeal Federal Health Care Reform; Retail Trade Group Agrees It Must GoU.S. House Republican are trying today for the 31st time to repeal federal health care reform, less than two weeks after the Supreme Court largely upheld the law. The National Retail Federation called on Congress to repeal the law, though many believe...
"It's a wise father that knows his own child." William Shakespeare wrote that in his play, "The Merchant of Venice." Anyone who stayed awake during high school English knows that quotes from the Bard are drenched with layer upon layer of meaning. But,...
Tags: Graduation, Woodrow Wilson, Father's Day, Flu, College Sports
ReporterLocal restaurants were busy with people treating their dads for Father's Day. Some opted for an adventurous outing to satisfy dad's palate. The Koto Steak House in Lynchburg created a feast for the eyes and stomach. And, the dad we spoke with said he...
Unless he's wearing Batman underwear and a cape, Mark Harvey — who usually dresses for Orioles games in a team ballcap and jeans — would be difficult to pick out of a crowd. That's why he attracted little attention Thursday as he walked...
It's Mother's Day, so a lot of you are probably going to pick up mom and take her out to brunch. Or maybe you forgot all about it until she called at 7 a.m. wondering when you'd be over, so you dashed off to the store for some flowers and a card. The...
Staff ReporterHit up Google, and you'll get a mother load of theories. The holiday had its first stirrings in ancient Greek and Roman festivals. The Greeks celebrated Rhea, the Romans honored Cybele. Christians celebrated Mary, Mother Of Christ. The next player in our...
Tags: Woodrow Wilson, Google Inc., Family, Holidays, Human Interest
If you've never heard of Baltimorean Jim Adams, the National Retail Federation is hoping you will soon, thanks to a promotional campaign by the trade group. Adams owns Falls Road Running Store on Falls Road. A full page advertisement featuring a photo of...
Tags: Voting, Services and Shopping, Vehicles, Elections, Politics
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