Saturday, April 20, 2013
The civil suit was filed on behalf of a 14-year-old girl who was the victim of a dressing room voyeur in February 2011, according to an article on stltoday.com.
The Arnold Target has settled a lawsuit involving a peeping Tom who watched a 14-year-old girl trying on clothing in a dressing room and took photos in February 2011. Terms of the settlement were not disclosed, according to an article on stltoday.com. The suit claimed Target was to blame for the incident because the dressing room walls did not go all the way to the ceiling. Gabriel Wood, of Pevely, was charged with invasion of privacy, stltoday.com reports. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced in November to 180 days in jail. Read the full story on stltoday.com.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Ku Klux Klan members placed flyers on several cars at the South County Target on Tuesday. The group planned to visit Arnold in October, but police haven't received any complaints.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Thousands are signing an online petition protesting Target's plans to open at 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving to offer Black Friday sales.
The petition was reportedly created by a Target employee upset that the retail giant is opening on Thanksgiving and requiring employees to work instead of spending time with their families (Sign up here for the FREE Patch Newsletter, including Breaking News Alerts.) Target stores, including the one in Arnold, will open their doors at 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving. As of Tuesday morning, there were more than 179,000 signatures on the petition. Target is joining other retailers, including Walmart, that are opening on Thanksgiving to get a jump on Black Friday holiday sales. What do you think? Are Black Friday specials getting out of hand and starting to replace the Thanksgiving holiday itself?
Monday, November 12, 2012
Walmart announced a Thanksgiving Day start to its sales. Target, Toys R Us, and Best Buy aren't far behind.
Serious shoppers know Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, is the day for bargains. Retailers are opening earlier than ever this year with sales to entice holiday shoppers. Walmart has set the bar at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day for 2012 sales to start. Will other stores follow? Macy’s, Target and Toys R Us are among a growing number of shops kicking off Black Friday sales at midnight, the St. Louis Business Journal reports. Area mall doors will open at various times, though some of their stores may or may not be open then. Many sales haven't been announced yet. Target offers a signup to receive text messages of sales, and previews a 40-inch Toshiba TV, a Samsung laptop computer, a Playstation 3 and other sale items on its website. Want…
Saturday, September 8, 2012
Target applicants were previously required to complete 704 true/false questions about everything from politics to their sex life.
Are you looking for a full-time or seasonal job? It may not be that easy if you plan to apply at Target. An article by AOL suggests it's harder to get into Target than Harvard. Here's the process at a Target store in California, according to the article: "Target's hiring process for its new stores has been designed with military precision. Applicants take an on-spot assessment test, interview with two current employees, and are then escorted to the bathroom for an on-site drug test. If all goes well, they'll get a job offer, assuming their background check comes up clean." Have you ever applied for a position at Target in Arnold? Do you have any suggestions for getting hired?
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Amazon.com Kindle brand of e-readers and tablets will be off the national retailer's shelves by the end of the month.
Patrons of the Arnold Target, at 3849 Vogel Rd., will no longer be able to compare Amazon's Kindle and Kindle Fire to other popular e-readers and tablets at the big-box retailer. Target has decided to stop carrying Amazon.com Kindle e-readers and tablets with all related products out of stores by the end of the month, Bloomberg Businessweek reported Wednesday Matt Arnold, an analyst for Edward Jones & Co. in Des Peres, MO told Businessweek, that the move makes sense given competition between Target and Amazon's online store as well as Target's decision to dedicate more store space to Apple products. Read more at Businessweek.com
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
The Target in Arnold is participating in the trade-in offer that gives customers a store credit for their used electronics.
If you have an iPad, iPhone or iPad that you are ready to get rid of, take it to Target and the store will give you a gift card in return for the device. The Arnold Target store, at 3849 Vogel Rd., is participating in the trade-in offer. Target staff tells Patch that customers can trade-in online or in-stores. However, customers must work with a member of the Target Mobile staff when making the trade-in at the store, so check your local store for their hours. According to the St. Louis Post Dispatch, Target is offering the deal at more than 1,450 retail locations through a partnership with NextWorth. The offer runs through Feb. 11. The Post-Dispatch reports the following trade-in amounts: Click here for more information on the offer. …
Friday, November 25, 2011
Find the latest on Black Friday lines, deals and news as it happens. If you see something we should know about, send us a tip at Lindsay.Toler@patch.com or tweet @StLouisLindsay.
Thursday, November 24, 2011
The stores, sales and strategies you need to optimize your all-night shopping blow-out.
Here’s a new holiday tradition to try: Say grace, eat turkey, head to the mall. Black Friday sales start at midnight this year at some of the regions biggest stores, including Walmart, Target, Kohl’s and Best Buy. We’ve read through the ads and compiled everything you need for the best all-night holiday shopping blow-out possible. And for each sale, we've highlighted the items we think would make the best gifts (at the best prices!) Check back on Black Friday for updates and tips, and if you hit the sales, tag your tweets with #BlackFridaySTL or mention @StLouisLindsay. And don't forget: Black Friday sales are already starting online at popular big box stores. Best Buy said they've already sold out of popular $80 TVs and $150 laptops, but …
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
These deals are over by Saturday and most of them are with Arnold's city limits.
If you are looking for some interesting budget stretching ideas, try some of these local specials. Shopping locally benefits area merchants and saves you time and gasoline. Take a minute to send a comment to Patch about some good deals that you have found Kohl’s 2150 Michigan Avenue, Arnold Cato 3629 Vogel Road, Arnold Target 3839 Vogel Road, Arnold Office Depot 912 Arnold Commons Drive, Arnold Kaya’s Import Wine & Spirits 4117 Union Road, Oakville