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Anthem Blue Cross wants people to eat better. And to help its members make more healthful food choices, the insurance giant is sending out money-saving coupons. For ice cream. And processed sandwich meat. And mayonnaise. And canned vegetables. And,...
PIX11.comFinancial expert Vera Gibbons stopped by with ways to save on groceries without clipping coupons. 1) Choose the right store, research which grocery store has best prices and on what 2) Join loyalty programs 3) Consider alternatives like generics and...
Tags: Groceries, Services and Shopping
Gayle Anderson was live in Pomona for "THANKFUL AND THOUGHTFUL THURSDAY", the 2012 L.A. County Fair’s community related, FREE admission day. As a part of this year's festivities, the Los Angeles County Fair has a number of community related...
New ranking platform for colleges There`s a major shakeup going on when it comes to college rankings and your kid could be the big winner. A new system is rating schools based on how successful their graduates are in their careers and lives. Joining us...
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I tend not to be too critical of people singing the national anthem. I know from my own efforts that it's pretty difficult. As long as they maintain a brisk pace — trust me, singers, no one except maybe your mom came to the baseball game to hear...
Tags: Joe Biden, Groceries, Services and Shopping
firstname.lastname@example.orgYour local grocery store knows you. Possibly better than your spouse or best friend. “We’ve collected a lot of data on our best customers, and we can see what our best customers purchase every week,” said Gary Huddleston of Kroger....
Tags: Groceries, Walmart, Services and Shopping
PIX11.comYou can time your purchases and plan your shopping by the day of the week or weekend to get the best deals. From cars, to clothing to food and even entertainment - Financial Expert Vera Gibbons, stopped by with a breakdown. Monday Big deals on big...
Plenty of shoppers at a Baltimore Safeway have started checking their cell phones while pushing carts and scanning shelves. They may have been texting or checking Facebook updates, but now grocery customers could use mobile devices to plan meals,...
Eating out typically costs more than cooking at home. But for many younger consumers, the convenience of picking up lunch or dinner on the go is worth the higher price. According to a recent study from Technomic, a research and consulting firm for the...
Our Town EditorLittle has changed over the years inside the old Eureka Co. store in St. Michael, where generations of miners would line the wood-plank floor near the gated teller's windows to cash their mine checks and turn in their coupons for groceries, fresh cut...
Daily American InternThe Daily American will be hosting it's annual American Red Cross blood drive on Aug. 7. It will be held from noon to 6 p.m. in the St. Paul's United Church of Christ social hall along West Union Street in Somerset. Wendy Stemple, co-chairwoman of...
Indiana Blood Center is asking donors to “Celebrate the Hoosier Spirit” by raising their sleeves. All donors will receive a free ticket to the Indiana State Fair, along with a coupon for food and a drink, while supplies last. On Thursday,...
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