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If you are waiting for the real estate market to cool off, you may be waiting a while. So far, home sales signal there's no sign of a slow dow…
After omicron hit, some consumers shifted their spending to e-commerce, but sales stayed strong. Plus, we've recycled our gift guides for your after-Christmas bargain-hunting.
Electric vehicle sales nearly doubled worldwide as automakers rolled out new models. Many consumers bought EVs to avoid burning oil, but others went for the quick acceleration and crisp handling. Shares of Tesla, the world's EV leader, were up more than 40% as of Dec. 22. An order of 100,000 Teslas from Hertz generated outsize enthusiasm from investors. Amazon-backed startup Rivian soared after going public even though it hasn't made a profit.
A local author writes about the canine-human connection.
A Hudson Falls woman was sentenced recently to 4 ½ years in prison for drug sales.
Golf was a big hit during the pandemic, as people looked to get outside and exercise. The sport saw growth in nearly all aspects from rounds p…
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A Corinth woman was sentenced to a year in jail for drug sales.
Restaurants and taverns are expanding their seating and their hours as pandemic restrictions continue to ease, but many New Yorkers are continuing to drink at home.
At the beginning of the pandemic the legal cannabis industry was disrupted but by the end of 2020 the industry saw record sales of $17.5 billi…
Americans shopped less in February, leading retail sales to fall 3% on a seasonally adjusted basis, the Census Bureau reported Tuesday.
More than 1.2 million copies of Dr. Seuss books sold the first week of March after the news six books were being pulled over racial and ethnic stereotyping.
A New York City man was sentenced on Thursday to 3 years in prison for selling drugs in the South Glens Falls area.
CandyStore.com has analyzed sales figures from the past 13 years to find America's favorite Valentine’s Day candies
The biggest of the bunch, Amazon, is one of the few companies that has thrived during the coronavirus outbreak. People have turned to it to order groceries, supplies and other items online, helping the company bring in record revenue and profits between April and June. That came even though it had to spend $4 billion on cleaning supplies and to pay workers overtime and bonuses.
Lipstick, on the other hand, had a pretty poor 2020. Often obliged to hide the lower half of our faces behind coverings, we ditched the bright colors in favor of a natural lip that wouldn't smudge our masks, relegating lipstick to the bottom of our makeup drawers. Why bother, when no one could see us smile anyway?
Area merchants are gearing up for a busy, but different, Black Friday and Small Business Saturday.
It’s that time of the year again: Black Friday Shopping! Pennygem’s Lenneia Batiste has more on where you can score the biggest deals.