The holiday season is here and many people around the four state area are getting their Christmas trees and starting up wood fire places. As much as they can be apart of our holiday tradition, they could also be a potential fire hazard.
Christmas is about three weeks away and many people are out getting their Christmas tree. It’s the time of year for this business to boom.
Most of us will have the day off for Thanksgiving, but there's a group of call takers our community can always rely on to answer in emergency situations even on a holiday.
“It's that period of time when you walk away, although we all think it's only for a few seconds, it often ends up being longer than that and that's when tragedy strikes,” said Deputy Bruce Bouch, Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office.
Tuesday's rain didn't stop a group of bikers from delivering Thanksgiving dinner to those in need.
The Mont Alto, Pa., location shipped out more than 10,000 shoe boxes, filled with presents.
"They're calling it Thanksgivukkah because it is the first time since 1888 that the first day of Hanukkah is actually on Thanksgiving."
Shoppers become the most popular target for thieves during the holidays as the hustle and bustle leaves everyone distracted.
Thanksgiving is just a few days away, and for the first time since the beginning of the recession in 2008, Mid-Atlantic AAA predicts less Marylanders and Virginians will be traveling this Thanksgiving holiday.
The Frederick Rescue Mission is opening it's doors to the public for a traditional Thanksgiving meal.
The Engelmann Spruce Tree traveled across the nation to reach its final destination in Washington, D.C. and it stopped by the Hagerstown Premium Outlets.
"A lot more sad people, a lot more hungry people and its just going to be a sad time," said Tigney.