Operation Homefront Mid-Atlantic handed out toys and held a big party for the children.
The annual wreath laying ceremonies began in 1992. The mission is to remember, honor and teach.
In one camp are thrifty folks paying as little as $5 for trees they harvest themselves from national forests.
Staffers say they’re still surprised by some of the requests from children.
Bryant & Stratton College told us about how you can receive a special gift of education when you attend their upcoming Holiday Extravaganza.
Our live audience Wednesday is from the Academy of Dance and Gymnastics with news on their Christmas Extravaganza.
Amanda Steinberg, founder of DailyWorth, gives us helpful holiday finance advice.
The Elf on the Shelf has become a fixture in American homes during the holidays. These photos were provided by parents from across the Hampt…
Hallmark Cards Inc. has removed blue and silver gift wrap from circulation after a customer complained that she saw a swastika embedded in t…
2015 is right around the corner, and you can celebrate in style at the Founders Inn and Spa New Year’s Eve Gala event.
Yankee Candle Village is here to share some of their holiday decorating tips and tricks and other great gift ideas.
Hurrah Players and Hugh Copeland are here to tell us about the dazzling stage production, Hurrah For The Holidays!
Christmas Town is a winter wonderland with millions of lights and SNOW, right here in Hampton Roads!
About 850 kids from Chesapeake and Virginia Beach took Sunday’s shopping trip at the Edingburg Walmart.
Kollin Bailey presented a large bone and a stocking full of doggie treats to his new four-legged friend on Saturday, a day after his ordeal …
The Bismarck Tribune reports the minimum-security inmates at the Missouri River Correctional Center have been fixing toys and bicycles as pa…
There are 1,000 or so trees in all — cypress spires standing at attention in orderly rows — some 5 years old and plump, others young and g…