COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to rise in nearly every county in our state, and because of those increases, we are having to think and act a little differently when it comes to this holiday season.
The United States Department of Agriculture says you should not be washing your turkey, or any meats for that matter.
The Grinch has become one of the most iconic pop culture characters connected with Christmas. It turns out, while the cartoon version might be enjoyable to children, seeing the Grinch in real life might not be as much fun.
The year 2020 has been the worst year ever for Americans’ sleep, according to new research.
The U.S. Postal Service is preparing for more gifts to be mailed this year than usual as the COVID-19 pandemic forces many families to spend holidays apart.
The #ChipotleRoyalty TikTok contest will award three winners cash and feature their go-to orders on digital menus.
The U.S. Postal Service expanded its letters to Santa program on Monday, allowing more people to fulfill the Christmas wish lists for families and children in need.
New Orleans city officials said parades of any kind will not be permitted for Mardi Gras 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the potential to be a super spreader event.
Oreo has announced it will be releasing a gluten-free version in January 2021.
Cinnabon announced that its popular frosting will be available to purchase by the pint.
The restaurant chain announced plans to open its first-ever digital-only restaurant that will offer delivery and pick-up orders only.
Breanna’s mother delivered a healthy baby girl, Briar Juliette Lockwood, on November 2..
With about two weeks before Thanksgiving, officials are offering options and suggestion on how to stay safe this year.
“We examined over 20 Thanksgiving classics. Some controversial decisions were made, including counting gravy as a side,” Zippia wrote.
Tony DeMatteo, a father in New York, built an impressive 50-foot long, 20-foot tall pirate ship in front of his home in Churchville.
Footage of the twins, posted to social media, showed sisters Remy and Sawyer, dressed as movie characters Lloyd and Harry in their signature suits driving a kid-sized dog-mobile.
According to the Farmer’s Almanac, such an event occurring on Halloween only happens every 18 to 19 years.
The restaurant chain seems to have caught on to the fan-favorite hack, which means no more free extra tortillas on the side.
Krispy Kreme is giving away free doughnuts to anyone who visits one of their stores on Election Day.
In the spirit of Halloween, Burger King is trolling the competition by offering free Whoppers to anyone who dares to drive by a select number of abandoned fast-food restaurants once operated by unnamed rival chains.