Centsible Mom: How to save large bucks with coupons

I am a terrible couponer. There, we pronounced it. I demeanour during coupons. we shave them. we hang them in my wallet. And afterwards we forget to use them. But we wish to be improved during it, so we started to follow a Facebook page called Tucson Couponers, where people give tips and post photos […]

Google Fit: Another Try At Health Data?

Technology Declares War On Cancer

Google looks to announce a new service at the Google I/O conference that will track activity data. Will it succeed where Google Health failed? (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) Google reportedly is preparing to re-enter the personal health market with the release of a health data aggregation service called Google Fit. According to […]

Bend Community Center seeks valuables for fundraiser

Bend’s Community Center (BCC) is mouth-watering people via Central Oregon to present jewelry, watches, income clips, slap links and other sparkly equipment or high peculiarity accessories to a fundraiser, Jewelz for Food, which will advantage a Feed a Hungry program.  Jewelry for all ages and both genders is being sought for a fundraiser to be […]

Catholic Charities scrambling after detriment of sovereign grant

Catholic Charities, a county’s heading provider of homeless services, is scrambling to come adult with about $400,000 to equivalent a astonishing detriment of sovereign grants that mostly safeguard a nonprofit agency’s preserve and services for homeless families. The appropriation shortfall threatens operation of a 138-bed Family Support Center on A Street as good as a […]

2014 Best of Treasure Valley: Shopping

Newcomers done a clever display this year among shoppers, as specialty grocer Trader Joe’s and floral engineer Flowers during Will took third-place honors in their categories after being open for a matter of months — not years or decades. Some internal giants kick out inhabitant and tellurian companies that have stores all over a Valley, […]

Doreen Christensen: Winn-Dixie tests aspirant coupons, updates banking process – Sun

Winn-Dixie has updated a banking policy, and a changes are certain to annoy impassioned couponers. The new routine posted Monday on WinnDixie.com, outlines 14 manners that should well-spoken a check-out routine and assistance revoke difficulty for business and clerks. It also boundary a volume of giveaway products we can lift out of stores. Doreen Christensen […]

Union 50 brings new dining concept to Mass Ave

Last SlideNext Slide The Union 50 patio faces North East Street where the main former Bricklayers, Masons Tile Setters Union hall entrance was located. (Photo: Liz Biro/The Star ) Where’s a place to sip cocktails, share tapas and converse while listening to live music without shouting over the band? Find out Monday when Union 50 […]

Pediatrics Group to Recommend Reading Aloud to Children From Birth

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New Midtown eatery aims to set the standard for local dining

When you look at 3921 Second Ave. in Detroit’s Midtown, you wouldn’t guess that Selden Standard, a seasonal small plates restaurant, is coming together inside. The graffiti-covered walls and boarded up door makes it look like any other abandoned Detroit building. But inside, there is progress – plumbing, and, most recently, concrete floors – which […]

Charities Try New Strategies as Fundraising Comes Bouncing Back

By Alex Daniels Charitable giving competence not be mired in a “lost decade” after all. Donations will stand behind to their 2007 pre-recession rise progressing than expected, according to a new estimate, interjection mostly to clever gains on Wall Street and 4 uninterrupted years of mercantile growth. Contributions from individuals, companies and foundations totaled $335-billion […]