Category: News

Where Can I Find Some Good News?

It seems like anywhere you look, all you see is bad news. The pandemic, social and political unrest, natural disasters, people being mean to each other; such things dominate the headlines these days. Not to mention all the conflict and negativity you might see on social media and even experience out in public. Certainly there Read More…

What Will Black Friday Look Like This Year?

Every year, Black Friday comes around the day after Thanksgiving to ensure a business’s profits for the year. Bring them out of the red and into the black, as it were. Except, this year is not like every other year. With COVID-19, businesses across the country have struggled especially hard to stay afloat. That makes Read More…

Coronavirus Vaccine: The Process and Its Progress

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to ebb and flow all around the world. It’s been so long. We’re tired and ready for it all to just be over. After so many months, the only thing that seems to give many people hope is the ongoing development toward a working coronavirus vaccine. Understanding the immediacy for this Read More…

The Importance of Supreme Court Appointments

When Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away earlier this month, attention immediately focused on filling her seat on the Supreme Court. Why all the hoopla? And why are people so concerned with appointing a Supreme Court Justice now versus after the election? The following outlines the typical Supreme Court nomination process, as well as the reasons Read More…

What USPS Cutbacks Could Mean to You

The United States Postal Service has been in the news a lot lately, and not for anything particularly positive. Shortly after Louis DeJoy, the new Postmaster General took office back in June, reports began about USPS mailboxes suddenly being removed en masse, hundreds of mail-sorting machines also being removed from processing centers, and worker overtime Read More…

Tips to Make Online Learning More Successful

If they haven’t started already, your children are probably getting ready to go back to school. Of course, “going back” can mean different things these days. Depending on your state, city, and/or school district, your child is either going back to school in-person full-time (with a mask, of course), part-time onsite/part-time online learning, or full-time Read More…

How to Prepare for the 2020 Election

In case you didn’t already have enough things occupying your mind this year, we have the 2020 elections coming up. Important local, state, and federal measures are going to be up for a vote. Not to mention that little thing about voting for president, as well as other representatives. Election Day is on November 3, Read More…

Should I Buy a House This Year?

Even at the best of times, buying a home can be a stressful prospect. After all, it’s a large commitment to make, and a lot of money is involved. Add in the complexities of an uneasy market, and you may feel even more inclined to hold off. But is that a mistake? Yes, COVID-19, racial Read More…

Is It a Good Time to Invest?

With as much social and economic upheaval as the U.S. has endured over the last several months, you would probably think it is a bad idea to take a chance on investing. However, there are many financial experts who actually think it could be a good idea. At least, it could be a good idea Read More…

3 Ways You Can Buy Locally to Benefit Your Community

These days, it’s more important than ever to shop locally. Buying locally has a number of benefits for your immediate community. Not only can you get some unique items–handmade crafts, clothing, fresh produce–but you’re also putting money back into the area around you, rather than just sending it to a large company. However, if you’ve Read More…