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All that extra lighting costs money, and as you plan your own Griswoldian masterpiece, you may find yourself wondering just what the impact on your holiday utility bill will be.
Officials in nearly a dozen states are preparing to notify families that a crucial health insurance program for low-income children is running out of money for the first time since its creation two decades ago, putting coverage for many at risk by the end of the year.
NEW YORK (AP) — Shoppers are hitting the stores on Thanksgiving as retailers under pressure look for ways to poach shoppers from their rivals.
Danville could be on the hook for $175 million over 25 years and monthly residential electricity rates could go up an average of $10 if the Republicans’ tax reform package includes elimination of federal payments for the Build America Bonds program.
More from Work It, SoVa
- Christmas tree supply expected to be tighter this year; could drive up prices
- Dan River Region real estate transfers
- Small retailers aim for emotional ties big chains may lack
- Airport operator remains up in air as council tables decision
- Danville may grow bus service to Pittsylvania, Halifax
- Popular downtown Danville centerpiece flooded with coins
- Former UVA football coach and his wife suffered more than financial loss as victims in $10 million fraud case
- City and county offices closed for Thanksgiving
- Agritourism workshop planned in Southside
- More expected to hit the road over Thanksgiving holiday