By Johania Charles, Miami Times Staff Writer, The Miami Times Dec 21 2021 Shirley Stamps, a grandmother of six and a resident of Cutler Bay, says the holidays can be tough for families like hers trying to keep morale up despite economic challenges and community hardships. Find out what’s happening
FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Volunteers stock up on toys for the Marion County Christmas Toy Store. Each year, parents in Marion County can complete an application to receive free toys for their children through their school. In previous years, parents could choose their children’s toys, but because of COVID-19, it will
The products in this story are independently selected and editorially featured. If you make a purchase using these links, we may earn a commission. Every year as we start making our holiday shopping lists, certain toy and gift ideas for kids keep coming up. And that’s exactly what some kids
Regarding “Governor Approves Wave of New Laws” (Bay Area, October 11): Once again, we are presented with the solution to a problem that never existed. AB1084 by Assembly Member Evan Low requires large retail stores to have a neutral zone or display for the sale of toys and children’s items.
McDONOUGH— Connecting Henry is asking for the community’s help in bringing Christmas to hundreds of county children this holiday season. For the past 17 years, Connecting Henry has created a Winter Wonderland toy store to give parents the opportunity to shop for their children. All toys are donated. Executive Director
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Yes, it’s the first holiday season in 60 years without the iconic Toys R Us hypermarket for all things fun. The Toy Association says we’ll buy about 40% of our toys online, but we’re still craving the old-fashioned festive tradition of seeing those flashing, flashing toys
As a journalist, I covered the Black Friday shopping phenomenon for eight years. I’ve interviewed hardcore deal seekers camping outside stores and dozens of others looking for the biggest discounts on gifts. Every eight years, Toys R Us had a line of shoppers – usually parents – waiting in the