What stores are open on Labor Day? Target, Walmart have normal hours; Banks, Costco closed

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Is Labor Day a national holiday?

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Are US stock markets open today?

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Labor Day 2021: Are Giant, Weis and Wegmans open? Will mail be delivered?

PennLive 06 September, 2021 - 08:10pm

Labor Day 2021 is on Monday, Sept. 6. Government offices, schools and banks will be closed but most retail stores and supermarkets will be open. Lori M. Nichols | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer.

Most students have already been back in school so this is the first holiday for the school year.

The Labor Day holiday is observed each year on the first Monday in September.

“Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers. It was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century and became a federal holiday in 1894,” according to history.com.

Here’s a rundown of what we were able to determine regarding what’s closed for Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 6.

Banks: closed

CAT: No service

County government: Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, York and Perry, closed

Federal offices and courts: closed

Grocery stores: Costco, closed; Sharp Shopper, open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Aldi and Sam’s Club close at 6 p.m. Most others are open regular hours including BJ’s Wholesale Club (optical enter hours may vary), Giant (pharmacies close at 2 p.m.), Karns, Walmart, Wegmans and Weis.

Libraries: Dauphin County Library System, closed; Cumberland County Library System, closed; Middletown Public Library, closed; and Hershey Public Library, closed.

Liquor stores: Those normally open on Mondays will open at their normal time and close by 5 p.m.

Municipal government offices: closed

PA Media Group: closed

Parking in Harrisburg: free

PennDOT driver license and photo license centers: closed

Post Office: closed but Priority Mail Express will be delivered and self-service kiosks are available at the Harrisburg main office, 1425 Crooked Hill Road, Susquehanna Twp.; Lower Paxton Twp., 5901 Jonestown Road; and 702 E. Simpson St. in Mechanicsburg.

Public schools: closed

Rabbittransit: Only the Gettysburg fixed route will operate

Retail stores: most open

State offices: closed

Trash collection: Penn Waste, Waste Management and Republic Services will not collect trash on Labor Day. In most cases, collections will be delayed one day for the rest of the week but you should check with your hauler.

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Gran Turismo Sport Update to Come September 9

The Wall Street Journal 06 September, 2021 - 10:20am

Somewhat out of the blue, Polyphony Digital has announced that there’ll be a new update to Gran Turismo Sport coming along this week.

Development of the PS4 title has seemed to be just about at an end for a little while now. So far this calendar year there’s been four updates, with two addressing changes to Sport Mode, one adding support for the Olympic Virtual Series, and one in July which added the Toyota GR86 ahead of a GR Toyota GT Cup round featuring the car. That’s one of just seven new vehicles added across 2020 and 2021.

However it’s clear that, while Polyphony Digital is likely very busy preparing the PS4 and PS5 version of Gran Turismo 7, GT Sport tweaks are still on the developer’s radar.

There’s no additional information in the announcement right now about what the contents of the update might be. We only know that it will push out to consoles at around the same time as an out-of-schedule maintenance period, slated for 0800-1000 UTC on September 9.

That does mean that GT Sport will be updated just ahead of the PlayStation Showcase which we’re expecting to reveal some more information on the impending GT7. It could suggest that the update will include media timed to unlock at the appropriate point on Thursday, though it may just be a coincidence of timing.

With the absence of any further promotion from the usual sources — such as Kazunori Yamauchi’s customary silhouette teaser images — the most likely result of this update is adjustments to Sport Mode.

In recent weeks, regular online players will have noticed a loosening of the punishments for driving that might make them look bad, with time penalties and even Sportsmanship Ratings seemingly barely affected by unfriendly contact. The update may address this, or bring in fresh BOP calculations.

We’ll keep you up to date with the status of the update, and bring more information when we have it.

See more articles on GT Sport Game Updates.

As a certain chancellor once said, “A surprise, to be sure – but a welcome one.”

It’s time for some good news .

You can buy GT 7 when it launches but can only play on Mondays, with a $50 fee for each additional day of the week. You can buy a yearly pass for $499 – however, that’s for the PS4. You’ll need to pay for it all again if you upgrade to the PS5 version with a “next gen surcharge” of only $150. We look forward to making more money from you in the near future. See you on the track, actually see you at the Bank first then the track..

My hope is it’s a little bit of content to get people excited for GT7

I don’t think it’s a coincidence that this update is coming on the same day as the showcase. I think more GT7 info will be disclosed there, too.

Please please please let it be the penalty fix…too much shoving and punting with zero effect on sportsmanship.

I would guess and only a guess that a teaser video for GT7 will be included. I would love a new track. Any track and I mean any track. Thats the only thing bumming me about Sport right now. But who knows what it might be. Just some tweaks most likely.

But they should roll out rainy-condition for more tracks!

It’s a lollipop for the people crying about GT7

Well in that case I hope it’s grape flavoured. Love me some grape lollipops. Hehe

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