If you are a busy mom who would like a fun, quick way to update your look -- try hair extensions! Lisa McKee, of LL McKee Salon, breaks down the differences between the three options.
We've got some cute, inexpensive ways to update your wardrobe and home decor with the changing seasons. Brenda Adams, owner of Simply Charming Boutique, shows what collections are available.
A quick and easy way to spice up your wardrobe without spending a fortune is to change up your accessories. Brenda Adams, owner of Simply Charming Boutique, has the latest on what accessories are popular right now.
For moms who try to lead an organic lifestyle, organic hair color is a chemical-free way to keep an updated look. Lisa McKee, of LL McKee Salon, tells us how several groups of people can benefit from organic color.
For many moms, going shopping and running errands can seem like a chore. But as Kay Ganoe, of Past and Present, tells us – her shop works to create a great experience for shoppers.
We all have someone in our lives who is tough to buy gifts for. Kay Ganoe, owner of Past and Present, offers up some unique ideas for those hard-to-buy-for friends and family on your list.
Busy moms know as well as anyone how easy it is to get stuck in a rut with your hair. Lisa McKee of LL McKee Salon in Winchester gives some simple winter tips for moisturizing your hair and eliminating static electricity.
Going green is not only great for the environment, but it can come with some great old memories. Steve Lincicome, a vendor at Past and Present, explains why reusing old items is not only responsible, but comes with a touch of nostalgia.
If you are out shopping for antiques or that hard-to-find unique item, we’ve got some shopping tips for you. Kay Ganoe, of Past and Present, has tips on negotiating the best price and making sure your great find doesn’t slip through your fingers
It’s never too late to go back to class – especially if it can’t help you get a job, or even a promotion. Gene Shultz, retired director of the Virginia Employment Commission, says that extra education can make all the difference in a job interview.
If you are looking to spice up your fall and winter wardrobe – there is good news. Several color trends from this past spring and summer are still on point. Brenda Adams, owner of Simply Charming Boutique, has tips on mixing and matching what you already have.
Going green doesn’t have to be expensive, and it can come with some great conversation pieces. Bambi Duvall, a vendor at Past and Present, tells us how old items you find in your basement or attic can be repurposed into unique home decor.
Choosing the best option for your child's education is a big decision. Ron Combs, elementary school principal at Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy, says schools that admit students at a younger age can be appealing.
If you aren’t ready for the full-time commitment of a pet yet, but you still love to spend time around animals – the SPCA of Winchester, Clarke and Frederick Counties may have a volunteer opportunity that’s perfect for you.
For less than the price of a cup of coffee, you can help hundreds of families in your community put food on the table.
Pit Bulls have developed a stereotype of being fighters and attackers. But William Wood, of the SPCA of Winchester, Clarke and Frederick Counties, tells us where the stereotype comes from and why it’s not accurate.
Posted: 09/27/12 - Giant Food Stores and Martin's Food Markets have issued a recall of a certain type of peanut butter due to possible salmonella contamination. Read More
Posted: 07/30/12 - More than 420 local students will go back to school with a new haircut and new school supplies thanks to "Giving Back With Cuts". Read More
Updated: 06/27/12 - Shenandoah County Free Clinic is expanding. Read More