Free Thanksgiving Dinner Offers Guests Something More Valuable Than FoodGoodwill's 59th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner was held Wednesday. Gigi Barnett reports on how guests left with more than a full stomach.
Local Supermarket Gives People A Reason To Be ThankfulReports say most people spend about $55 on Thanksgiving dinner. As Mike Schuh reports, a local supermarket chain helps some of its customers who don’t have that much money.
Saturday, November 15, 2014A free gospel concert will be held Saturday night. Also, we have tips on what to add to your Thanksgiving dinner.
Unique DIY Centerpieces For Your Thanksgiving FeastThanksgiving is a time to enjoy great food with family and friends and reflect on what's important. Decorating the table doesn't have to be a daunting task. Therw are plenty of creative options beyond the cornucopia. Take a look at these elegant and easy alternatives.
Black Friday Shoppers Get An Earlier Start On DealsThis year Black Friday gets an even earlier start, and more and more people are expected to be out getting those great deals.
Md. Woman Charged With Stabbing Brother With Fork At Thanksgiving DinnerAn argument during Thanksgiving dinner escalated into a stabbing.
Theater Hosts Military Families For ThanksgivingArena Stage is inviting military families to a free Thanksgiving dinner and performance at the Washington theater.
Shoppers Line Up Early For Black Thursday/Friday DealsIt’s Thanksgiving, and your bellies are probably full or getting there. So what’s next? Head to the stores for Black Friday, or in some case, Black Thursday, shopping.
Goodwill Holds Annual Thanksgiving Feast For Thousands Of Less FortunateOn the eve of Thanksgiving, hundreds of volunteers donate their time to help those less fortunate.
Marylanders Descend On Grocery Stores For Last-Minute Thanksgiving PrepsWith just one day left before Thanksgiving, people are flocking into stores to pick up those last-minute items for the perfect turkey dinner.
Best Restaurants In Baltimore Open For Thanksgiving In 2012Preparing Thanksgiving dinner can be overwhelming. Timing the turkey to finish at the same time as the mashed potatoes can seem like an insurmountable feat with the whole family running around the house. Or maybe you love to cook, but the thought of the pile of dishes in the sink makes you more tired than the tryptophan. This Thanksgiving, let the chefs at some of Baltimore's best restaurants cook for you and leave the dishes — and a nice holiday tip — on the table.