The Blumshapiro Thanksgiving Food Basket Campaign for Christian Community Action is putting food on the table for hundreds of New Haven families this Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving is a time of turkey, mashed potatoes, casseroles, pies, oh, and friends, family and giving thanks.
Thanksgiving is a time to enjoy delicious food with family and friends; however, many people don't have that luxury. Some are homeless or sick or simply have no place to go. If you want to make a difference this holiday season, but don't know how you can give back in a meaningful way, check out these ideas for spreading cheer and lending a helping hand:
Healthy alternatives for your thanksgiving meal.
Flying the friendly skies might be a little crowded for the next couple of weeks.
This Thanksgiving, just like President Donald Trump, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal pardoned a turkey.
Local businesses and community groups across Connecticut are preparing turkey dinners for the homeless.
Registered Dietitian, Lisa Bishop from ShopRite in Stratford, CT shares a simple recipe for desserts on Thanksgiving in Connecticut.
If you can’t decide whether to bring a side dish or a dessert to Thanksgiving dinner, now you can bring both rolled into one!
Looking to travel somewhere other than grandma’s house this Thanksgiving? Check out these unique destinations within the U.S. perfect for the long Holiday weekend.