While that spirit of giving is appreciated, Union Mission staff don’t want people to forget the need continues after the holiday season.
Black Friday drew a crowd of shoppers to the MacArthur Center searching for deals.
The traditional kickoff to the holiday shopping season didn’t seem as frenzied as in past years after many die-hard shoppers swarmed stores …
Other Black Friday protests were planned in shopping centers around the nation, as demonstrators sought to catch the attention of consumers …
A horse-drawn wagon hauled it up the driveway to the North Portico on Friday morning.
Goodman & Sons Jewelers has some stylish gift items for that special guy!
About 44 million people shopped on Thanksgiving last year, and that number was up 27 percent from 2012.
‘The response as crazy it went really quick,’ Cale says. ‘It felt really good.’
The light shows have started this holiday season and continues through the end of the year.
Whether rolling out boxes or packing up their cars, the volunteers came out in force Thanksgiving day.
Salvation Army delivers food in Norfolk on their Hallmark Day.
Gobble, Gobble! The 88th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade took place on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014, in New York.
“We just started off early,” said Sam Smith. “Took a week of vacation and have been in line since Monday morning.”
President Barack Obama has issued an executive action that some of his Republican opponents may be hard-pressed to disagree with — sparing T…
Over 70 volunteers gathered at Community Church to pack boxes.
If you’re looking for something specific, you might want to call ahead before running all around town.
Thanksgiving is Thursday and that means people who haven’t bought that turkey yet are crowding local grocery stores searching for everything…
Snow and mixed precipitation across parts of the state have impacted I-81, I-64 in August County and I-95 in Northern Virginia, officials sa…
Military members stationed overseas send holiday wishes to their family and friends here in Hampton Roads.
Drive through a million twinkling lights this winter.
It takes a while to prepare a Thanksgiving meal for 250 people. But that’s exactly what happened Tuesday at Little-Creek Fort Story.