Tags » Hardware Stores

Minor Update on the Closing

So about that hardware store that’s closing. They’re still closing. But as I understand it they’re busy enough at the closing sale that they’re taking on employees who, I guess, know they’re even more temporary than usual. 128 more words

Humor

Cash Taken in Hardware Store Break-In

CHERRY TOWNSHIP — A hardware store in Sullivan County was broken into overnight

State police say someone used a rock to break through two glass doors at Leljedals True Value Hardware on Route 220 near Dushore. 29 more words

News

Closing In Town

The hardware store that’s like two towns over is closing. This is a serious blow to our hardware-shopping needs. It’s a pretty good hardware store. By “pretty good” I mean I can imagine my father hanging out there talking for upwards of 150 minutes with people he just met about some obscure plumbing part that he needs while eight-year-old me sighs and presses his finger into the socket set attachments and wonders when we’re going to get to the Polish bakery and if so whether it’ll be before they run out of Poppy-Seed Thingies. 746 more words

Humor

Ode to The Hardware Store

I am old enough to remember hardware stores like the one below. They were a big part of my growing up as I found myself fascinated by all the things and wanted to know what they did. 31 more words

All

Book review: Let’s Go to the Hardware Store, by Anne Rockwell, illustrated by Melissa Iwai

Rockwell, Anne. Let’s Go to the Hardware Store. Illustrated by Melissa Iwai. Henry Holt & Co., 2016. $16.99. ISBN 9780805087383. Unpaged. Ages 4-7. P7Q7… 131 more words

Book Reviews

The pioneer Foote and McBride families of Nelson B.C.

By Sam McBride

My great-grandfather John James “Jim” Foote of Perth, Ontario (about 50 miles southwest of Ottawa) arrived in Nelson , B.C. in 1899 at age 38 to work as a blacksmith at the Silver King Mine.  2,087 more words

British Columbia

Lowes Is Cutting Jobs and They Are Also Hiring? Someone is Confused!

The home improvement corporation Lowes, stated in January they would cut 2400 jobs with a majority of them being at store level.  Now they are stating there will be 500 job cuts at their main headquarters in Mooresville, NC (my home state.) Here is the real kicker…Lowes states they will post 100 new positions at their corporate office in Mooresville and 600 full-time customer support personnel and central production staff in their Wilkes county offices. 302 more words