Maryland turkey farmers have high sales and high costs

Maryland’s small turkey farmers faced higher costs this year, but Thanksgiving has allowed many to sell their entire inventory well before the holiday.

High fuel costs have led to high feed prices, according to a local farmer, leading some to raise turkey prices while others absorb the hit.

Tracking air travel: See how many people are flying this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving air travel is expected to rebound to pre-pandemic levels. Use our tracker to see how many people are flying in real time.

Maryland organizations join the #GivingTuesday movement

Organizations across the state urge followers to give back on the seventh annual Giving Tuesday.

Find fall fun at Maryland pumpkin patches, apple orchards, corn mazes

It’s October and fall is officially here! Use this map to find pumpkin patches, apple orchards and corn mazes near you.

TURKEY DONATION: Maryland Food Bank prepares for holiday needs

As the holidays draw near, so does the overwhelming need for food across Maryland. But food insecurity isn’t just a problem once a year.

Ornery, ugly and wild – turkeys you won’t look forward to seeing

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – With numerous reports of wild turkeys infiltrating urban areas of New England, will Maryland be next? You have to wonder, given the birds’ increasing attraction to the bright lights of the big cities, the approach of…

TSA provides travel tips for painless security checks this holiday season

Forget about bringing the mashed potatoes through, but baked potatoes are fine. The Transportation Safety Administration is reminding holiday travelers of what is—and is not—permitted in the terminal in order to help speed up security checkpoints and prevent travelers from having to throw away any personal items when they fly during the holiday season.

Amtrak unveils comfier seats, better lighting in coaches

WASHINGTON – Amtrak riders in the Northeast and Midwest can expect to see more comfortable rides in the coming months as the passenger rail service continues interior overhauls of more than 450 of its coaches. Amtrak’s efforts to refresh the…

Special Guests Plate Food for the Homeless and Hungry at Our Daily Bread

Governor Hogan and his wife help serve food before thanksgiving at Our Daily Bread, alongside Comptroller Franchot and his wife. Archbishop William Lori, also stepped in to lend a helping hand in.

Food and Friends Gives a Helping Hand to Ailing People in Need

This Thanksgiving Day, the employees will be preparing a total of 7,860 pounds of turkey, 1,050 pounds of roasted potatoes, 975 pounds of cornbread stuffing and 5,240 dinner rolls to their clients living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-challenging illnesses, free of charge.