Thanksgiving Food Survey: Stuffing Or Dressing?Thanksgiving is upon us, and there's a debate across America -- is it called dressing or stuffing?
Thanksgiving 2020: What's Maryland's Favorite Pie?Thanksgiving is a week away and regardless of how you're celebrating in 2020 -- one thing will probably be on the table -- pie. 
COVID-19 Latest: 'Get A Test', Gov. Larry Hogan Tells Marylanders As Thanksgiving, Holidays ApproachWith new restrictions set to take effect later this week, Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday one of the most important things Marylanders can do to protect their friends and family is to get tested for COVID-19.
Don't Rely On A Negative COVID-19 Test Result To See Your Family For ThanksgivingIf you think a negative test result means you don't have coronavirus, you could be wrong.
Where You Can Get A Dine-In Or Takeout Thanksgiving Dinner In Baltimore This YearIf you're not looking to cook, these Baltimore restaurants have you covered.
4MyCity Is Trying To Feed 8,000 Baltimore-Region Families For Thanksgiving. Here's How You Can HelpA local non-profit is trying to feed 4,000 families for Thanksgiving this year. Amidst a global pandemic, unemployment, struggling families might need food now more than ever, so 4MyCity is stepping up to help.
Physician Predicts Spike In US COVID-19 Cases After ThanksgivingUS coronavirus cases will spike after Thanksgiving, further stressing health care systems and prompting new restrictions, an emergency physician said Saturday.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Says He's Canceled Thanksgiving Plans Due To COVID SurgeAs coronavirus case numbers continue to surge in Maryland, officials say the number one culprit for spread has been family gatherings.
BJ's Offering Coupon For Free Thanksgiving Turkey, Here's How You Can Get OneBJ's Wholesale Club is offering a coupon for a free Thanksgiving turkey. Here's how you can take advantage of this deal.
Doctor Explains Why You Should Avoid Thanksgiving, Christmas Gatherings: 'Not Worth The Risk'Dr. Mallika Marshall warns against large family gatherings this year due to the risk of spreading COVID-19.
CDC Thanksgiving Guidelines: How To Stay Safe And Coronavirus-Free Over The HolidayThanksgiving is right around the corner -- and if public health agencies have their way -- celebrations this year promise to be extremely different from past years, as the coronavirus surges in states across the country.