'Tis The Season To Start Shopping Early': Experts Encourage Consumers To Start Holiday Shopping EarlyAmericans are expected to be in the mood to spend this holiday season but this isn't the year to procrastinate and experts say you may be taking a gamble by waiting for a discount.
Zoo Lights To Return To Maryland Zoo This Holiday SeasonThe Maryland Zoo announced that "Zoo Lights" will return this holiday season.
Holiday Season Starts With More Than 100K New COVID-19 Cases, And 20 States Didn't Report Numbers On Thanksgiving DayAmerica enters the somber holiday weekend following a Thanksgiving Day that saw more than 100,000 new Covid-19 cases and 1,200 deaths -- skyrocketing numbers given that 20 states did not report data.
Marylanders Balance Thanksgiving Holiday With COVID-19 Safety ConcernsGovernor Larry Hogan offered a message of hope and thanks as Maryland struggles through a surge in cases of the coronavirus.
Maryland Food Bank Has Given Out 35M Meals Since March. They Need Your Help To Keep It GoingWJZ visited the Maryland Food Bank where they are giving thousands of families a meal this Thanksgiving.
Maryland State Police Make No Arrests On First Night Of COVID-19 Enforcement EffortsThe new Maryland State Police COVID-19 prevention efforts made no arrests, filed no charges and only had to issue a "minimal amount" of warnings for people in businesses not wearing face coverings or social distancing.
Around 1.8K Cooking Fires Reported On Thanksgiving Each Year, CPSC SaysA lot of cooking is underway for Thanksgiving, but a lot of accidents also happen as well.
Thanksgiving COVID Crackdown: Maryland State Police Begin Patrols, Doctor Warns Holiday Could Be ‘Superspreader Event’Maryland State Police began uniformed patrols around the state to enforce COVID-related orders. Those patrols will continue through the December holidays as state officials fear the growing spread of the virus.
UMMS Survey Finds Many Marylanders Not Changing Thanksgiving Plans, But Still Plan To Get COVID-19 VaccineA new survey from the University of Maryland Medical System found that more than four in 10 Marylanders are unwilling to change their in-person Thanksgiving or other holiday plans but still plan to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Getting Together For The Holidays? This Website Will Help You See How Risky Your Plans AreWith the end of the year fast approaching, a new tool sponsored by the National Institutes of Health may be helpful in keeping holiday gatherings -- or any other meeting -- as safe and as coronavirus-free as possible.
Thanksgiving Could Be The 'Mother Of All Superspreader Events,' Health Expert WarnsThe coronavirus pandemic is raging across the US as cases explode and deaths spike. More than 2,100 Covid-19-related deaths were reported Tuesday, the highest single-day number since May.
Baltimore County Hiring Social Distancing Task Force Workers Ahead Of Increased COVID-19 Restriction EnforcementJust ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, Maryland is stepping up enforcement of COVID-19 restrictions during a time when people usually gather and socialize.
Maryland Travel Advisory Expanded Against Any Non-Essential Travel Out Of State As Some Still Plan Thanksgiving TravelMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan expanded a travel advisory urging residents to avoid any non-essential out of state travel to state's with high positivity rates.
Reminder: No Trash Collection For Baltimore City On Thanksgiving DayBaltimore City will not collect trash on Thanksgiving Day, and all DPW offices, yards and Community Collection Centers will be closed.
MDOT Calls On Marylanders To Avoid Non-Essential Travel For ThanksgivingAAA says of those who do plan to travel this Thanksgiving, 74% of them will be driving, so there still could be traffic in some areas.