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If you're planning to do all your shopping in one fell swoop, you might be better off going on one of these days that Kiplinger says are the best days for crowd-free holiday shopping.
With the onset of holiday shopping upon us, some shoppers are looking for alternatives to visiting big outlets and other major chains. Local markets are the perfect option.
Last year, 18 percent of pedestrian collisions in parking lots and garages caused severe injuries. And this holiday season, Montgomery County officials are reminding shoppers to be aware and slow down.
From store decorations to door buster deals, the nation's retailers are getting a big head start on Black Friday.
Hover and circle less as you hit the mall this weekend for your last round of Christmas shopping with these tips for faster parking.
Holiday shoppers are not just buying for friends, family and co-workers. It turns out they're also shopping for their four-legged family members.
WTOP scoped out several local stores with promising gift options - from jewelry, books, puzzles to clothing - that are guaranteed to please a loved one or friend. Beside receiving an earnest "thank you" from the recipient, you'll support the local business community in the shopping process.
Style for Hire's Lisa Tumbarello offers tips to make you look great and feel comfortable among your co-workers or that special someone. WTOP met Lisa at Banana Republic at Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda, Md. where she showed us this year's holiday trends.
The case of a 14-year-old boy robbed of his shopping bag outside Anne Arundel Mills mall after a Black Friday shopping trip highlights the need for shopper safety awareness, police say.
Montgomery County police announced a new safety campaign called "Shop with a Cop" Tuesday to ring in the start of the holiday season.