By now, it’s no secret home heating costs in the U.S. are expected to skyrocket this winter.
If I’ve heard from one reader, I’ve heard from 1,000 — all with the same problem: wadded-up sheets. I feel their pain because I have suffered this problem as well.
With continued supply chain issues facing the country right now, consumers are finding shelves might not be restocked as often as they would like.
Many drugstores and supermarkets have loyalty programs that can “pay” you to shop. Loyalty programs typically accrue points or dollar amounts toward future purchases at the same store.
I often am asked if I shop regularly at warehouse clubs, or if warehouse clubs will save money instead of shopping at the supermarket.
Readers have been sharing their thoughts on what they’re seeing in the coupon space lately. Whether they feel coupons have too much text or not enough, they’re making their thoughts known. Can you relate?
Clearing out the Clutter
Pet of the Week
Q: I have a 2006 Hyundai Tucson GLS with approximately 123,000 miles. I have all original documents (keys, manuals, title) and it is in fair condition. It has been parked outside and not used for over a year.
Q: I have a 2014 Kia Soul with just over 37,000 miles on it. Yesterday I was backing into my drive and noticed water drops on the concrete. I looked under the car, and they were dripping from somewhere close to the back of the engine.
Best Bites' Tinker Parker talks about the slice of deliciousness that Utica offers.
Some projects take a lifetime to complete. The 2021 documentary “Life of Crime 1984-2020” (8 p.m., HBO, TV-MA) brings an end to a three-part cinema verite project four decades in the making.
Having rebooted “The Waltons,” the CW hopes to put another spin on holiday specials with “The Black Pack: We Three Kings” (7 p.m., CW, TV-PG).
Fragments of pottery sherds and chipped stone tools that are almost 1,000 years old were identified at Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie in October during archaeology investigations that are underway through an Organic Act Permit.
On Nov. 20 at Olivet Nazarene University, 94 local pianists — along with a number of violinists and a conductor — performed in the Monster Piano Concert hosted by Kankakee Valley Music Teachers Association.