$3 might not sound like a lot of money but it adds up. If you shop weekly, that’s an extra $12 a month or $144 per year.
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She told the 911 operator ‘her husband was acting weird.’
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While the seatbelts are similar to those used in family cars, students say they are still getting used to the change.
With curbside pickup and home delivery, you can kiss trips to the supermarket goodbye.
“Without forgiveness, I couldn’t move forward and the forgiveness is as much for me as it is for the other person.”
People living in a Mechanicsville subdivision are taking aim at a plan they believe could ruin their neighborhood.
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VIP loyalty cards didn’t have much of an impact at all on prices. They only saved us money on two products at Food Lion.
His stepmother went on to tell investigators that Frank got out of the vehicle toting an ax and began to hit his father Nick in the head mul…
A federal complaint has been filed over a controversial locker room video shot at Short Pump Middle School.
The good news for shoppers is that because there is so much competition in our area, stores are dropping prices.
You have the chance this weekend to bid on hundreds of props used to stage the PBS series ‘Mercy Street.’
The seats are configured to fit two larger children or three smaller students, and the safety belts work just like they do in a family car.
Next month, the district is putting 24 new buses on the road, all of them equipped with three-point shoulder and lap seat belts.