Prince George’s County police are partnering with a church to provide Thanksgiving Day meals to the community.
There are some headaches for Marylanders traveling on the eve of Thanksgiving. Big crowds hit the airport, the roads and the train station, trying to get to their holiday visits.
On the eve of Thanksgiving, hundreds of volunteers donate their time to help those less fortunate.
With just one day left before Thanksgiving, people are flocking into stores to pick up those last-minute items for the perfect turkey dinner.
The weather will remain pleasant in the greater Baltimore area during the next couple of days, as high pressure maintains its grip on much of the Northeast and the mid-Atlantic states.
With Thanksgiving just hours away, Marylanders are already hitting the road for the holiday. Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to travel this week, but with higher gas prices and airfare, it won’t come cheap.
‘Tis the season for giving–and Ravens players are quite good at giving back.
When it comes to turkey-nomics, bigger isn’t always better.
Roadways will likely be slightly less congested than they were last year.
Clouds will limit the sunshine Monday – and then again Tuesday. We are locked in this same weather pattern with high pressure over New England and a coastal storm off the Carolinas. The combination of the two will keep a breeze up out of the northeast, and temperatures slightly below average.
Metro is suspending its regular track maintenance over the four-day Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
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