An annual Thanksgiving dinner will feed more than 12,000 in Baltimore in need of a warm meal this holiday. Rochelle Ritchie reports on what this annual dinner means for the community.
In the few months since Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino opened up, it’s raked in millions. Now it’s time to give back.
The oldest daughter of well-known homeless advocate Bea Gaddy has passed away.
Thousands of people celebrate Thanksgiving with a meal — all thanks to an annual holiday tradition.
Hundreds of hungry families are fed as Bea Gaddy’s Thanksgiving tradition continues.
A decades long Thanksgiving tradition lives on. This year marks the 30th annual Bea Gaddy Thanksgiving feast.
Thanksgiving is just a few days away and volunteers at Bea Gaddy are preparing for their annual holiday feast.
The line to get into the biggest Thanksgiving dinner in Baltimore City was wrapped around the Patterson Park Recreation Center.
Ron Matz was in Southeast Baltimore talking about preparations for Bea Gaddy’s Thanksgiving Dinner. Don and Marty talked to Virginia Willis about her new cookbook, “Bon Appétit, Y’all!”
Preparations for the annual Bea Gaddy Thanksgiving dinner are well underway. But this year with lower supply and higher demand the center is hoping more donations come their way.