Amid the sharp rise in COVID-19 cases across the country, major retailers have announced the decision to close businesses on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26.
Instead, shoppers can reportedly purchase holiday deals earlier than ever, with savings starting in October and continuing throughout the season.
Walmart Inc. said that it will be closing its namesake stores and Sam's Clubs on Thanksgiving Day this year, saying that it wants to have its employees spend time with their families during the coronavirus.
The 2021 Rose Parade has been canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic, organizers announced Wednesday.
The so-called “Salute to the Great Cities of the American Revolution” will feature military flyovers in Boston, New York City, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
A fire department official warns that hand sanitizer and fireworks are a flammable combination.
In 2020, coronavirus concerns have prompted several cities to call off their colorful celebrations to help stop the spread of the virus. The move fueled new concerns about the dangers of at-home fireworks.
With confirmed cases climbing in 40 states, governors have ordered the wearing of masks in public, and families were urged to celebrate their independence at home. Even then, they were told to keep their backyard cookouts small.
Officials are warning of the dangers of fireworks ahead of the holiday weekend.
The pesky pests are back. Prime mosquito season has arrived and as people begin to spend more time outdoors, folks are having to confront the blood suckers head on.
Joyce Evans reports with advice on how to treat your yard for mosquitoes
Despite rumors circulating that the franchise would not be returning until 2021, Spirit Halloween has announced that it will be back this year.
The exact timing of the flyovers is still being worked out, but they will begin in Boston and proceed to New York City, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Loud fireworks displays are no fun for pets, who can become frightened or disoriented by the sound.
Ocean City has canceled their Fourth of July fireworks and Night in Venice parade due to the coronavirus pandemic.
President Donald Trump is moving ahead with a lower-key “Salute to America” celebration this year on July Fourth, despite concerns from some lawmakers about the crowds the event could generate during the coronavirus pandemic.
President Donald Trump is moving ahead with a lower-key “Salute to America" celebration this year on July Fourth, despite concerns from some lawmakers about the crowds the event could generate during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Juneteenth commemorates when the last enslaved African Americans learned they were free 155 years ago.
Companies are giving their employees time off for Juneteenth.