Tips To Keep Your Family Safe From Bacteria, Salmonella This ThanksgivingThe USDA offers cooking tips to keep your family safe this Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving Weekend Travel Tips If you're heading out of town this week for Thanksgiving -- expect plenty of company. AAA predicts more than 642,000 people will travel 50 miles or more from the Philadelphia area, that's the most Thanksgiving travelers since 2005.
Volunteers, Eagles Players Give Back To Community For ThanksgivingThe spirit of giving is alive and well across the region for the Thanksgiving holiday.
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Trio Of Sixers Pay For 300 Turkeys For South Philadelphia ResidentsJimmy Butler is already assisting off the court.
Over 100 Refugees, Immigrants Given First Thanksgiving Experience In PhiladelphiaInstead of the traditional Thanksgiving fare, meals representing the culinary traditions of the immigrants was served.
Price Of Turkey Hits 10-Year Low As Overall Cost Of Thanksgiving Feast Becomes 'Very Affordable,' Experts SayThe average cost of a Thanksgiving feast for 10 people is $48.90, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation.
TSA Gives Tips For Travelers Ahead Of Thanksgiving HolidayThe TSA is expecting more than 25 million travelers at airports across the nation during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Bishop Eustace Prep Community To Deliver Over 200 Thanksgiving Meals To Less FortunateStuffing, potatoes, vegetables, gravy, cranberry sauce, desserts and turkeys were brought to put the meals together.
Full List Of Stores That Will Be Closed On Thanksgiving Day 2018Every year, BestBlackFriday.com reaches out to store representatives to find out if they will be open or closed on Thanksgiving Day.
Cases Of Salmonella Found In Raw Turkey Soar In NJ, Pa., Del. As Thanksgiving NearsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed 17 of those cases happened in Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
A History Of The Holidays From Thanksgiving To New Years'While it’s a given that the holidays falling between November and January should be celebrated, how many people actually know the history behind one of the most joyous seasons?