It’s a day to give thanks and look forward to the turkeys, pies and celebration of family and friends. But for tens of thousands, that meal will be at a soup kitchen.
Thanksgiving Day is no longer reserved for just family and turkey. Shoppers are on the prowl looking for deep discounts and an opportunity to avoid the Black Friday crowds before they head back home for dinner.
The top man at City Hall is spending part of his Thanksgiving doing some giving of his own, along with City Meals on Wheels and a bit of star power
Music and cheers accompanied the balloons and floats as they made their way down Seventh Avenue.
The New York National Guard says it will have more than 250 troops on duty for the Thanksgiving holiday helping provide security at airports and train stations in New York City.
Watching the balloons being inflated has become as big a Thanksgiving tradition as the parade itself.
As scores of shoppers get ready to hit the stores this Friday, experts have some advise for them on how to maximize savings and avoid overspending.
Normally, some 400 drivers handle 18,000 students in Lakewood. But officials reached a compromise after drivers complained about having to work the holiday to fulfill a state mandate to provide busing — only 200 drivers will be brought in to work on Thursday.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey says it expects more than 5 million people will be using its bridges, tunnels, trains and airports over the holiday weekend.
Do you have the so-called “pleasure” of hosting Thanksgiving dinner at your house this year? Don’t fret.
Turkey, cornbread or stuffing? Choose your favorites from this array of classic Thanksgiving foods.
If visions of sugar-plums are already dancing in your head, Dylan’s Candy Bar has the solution.
From snowflakes to shopping bags and even a full-on storyline, this year’s displays continue their tradition of being entertaining and awe-inspiring.