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The Definitive Guide to Black Friday hours and specials

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Fading are the days of waking up at 4 a.m. to be one of the first people to wait in a long Black Friday line. The sales start earlier than ever this year, as the year's biggest retail holiday continues to carve into our Thanksgiving meal time – and even creep into our Thanksgiving prep time on Wednesday. Full story...
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Stores getting ready for Black Friday madness

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video It's Thanksgiving week, and that means Black Friday is right around the corner. With Christmas on everyone's mind, shoppers are looking for good deals. Black Friday, of course, is one of the biggest days for stores all year. So many are getting ready to make sure everything goes as smoothly as possible. Full story...
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Area businesses serve those who have served

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video Many area businesses are saying thank you to our nation's armed forces with specials and discounts for current and past military members. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Walmart Black Friday 2012 ad is out

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With 45 pages of deals, divided into three events, starting in successive times, they start the shopping bonanza right after Thanksgiving dinner. Full story...
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Energy Star tax holiday this weekend

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You can save money and energy when you shop for certain items through Sunday. The Energy Star-rated appliance sales tax holiday is now in effect. Full story...
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Shop offers voters discount

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A Wilmington boutique is giving voters a bit more incentive to head to the polls this election. Island Passage is offering customers 20 percent off their entire purchase if customers show their "I Voted" sticker. Full story...
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Labor Day deals and steals

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Analysts say Labor Day deals are actually better than Black Friday sales. See a list of discounts to look for today. Full story...
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Back to School Savings

With the tax-free holiday behind us there are still plenty of ways to save on school supplies. You may be surprised to learn one of the least expensive ways to stock up is by shopping online. Ashley Jacobs gets some tips from a local coupon pro.

RSVP to Melissa's Coupon Workshop.

She's hosting it Saturday from 1:30-3:30pm at the NE Regional Library near Mayfaire.

Cost: $10/person or $15/couple.

Melissa will present a PowerPoint presentation on budgeting, saving with and without coupons as well as how to get FREE items from the drugstores.

She'll explain the ins and outs of saving on school supplies and talk about the current Super Doubles coupon event happening at Harris Teeter.

Call (910) 338-9612 to register.

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Small businesses say tax-free weekend is an early Christmas

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video Tax-free weekend has moved Black Friday into August, and small business owners are preparing to pass the savings on to you. The sales tax holiday is intended to help ease the cost of back-to-school shopping, but for bargain hunters and local business owners, it's Christmas come early. Full story...
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Shoppers, stores gear up for tax free weekend

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video You'll probably have to get in line at many of your favorite stores, as shoppers will be out and about for North Carolina's Sales Tax Holiday this weekend. Full story...
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