Despite Halloween being just around the corner, the Hallmark Channel has decided to release their holiday movie lineup, and the first movie premieres in October.
The CDC has released guidelines for Thanksgiving celebrations and says gatherings should remain small and among members of your household.
The holidays can be a stressful time of year, thanks in part to all the hectic holiday shopping. After all, it’s not uncommon for people to dread dealing with the crowds at stores or malls, as everyone tries to find the perfect gift before it sells out.
The agency ranked a number of popular Halloween activities by their level of risk, and several of the most popular activities, like trick-or-treating are considered to be the most dangerous.
The organizers of the New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square say this year the event will be "virtually enhanced" due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The DHS is discouraging going from neighbor-to-neighbor this year and any party that includes people from outside your household.
Americans are still hopeful about trick-or-treating this Halloween despite a number of cities clamping down on holiday festivities in the age of COVID-19.
As retailers look ahead to the holidays, in a reversal of recent years, many have already decided to shut their doors on Thanksgiving Day to accommodate their employees working during the coronavirus pandemic or take a new approach to the traditional holiday shopping season.
Peeps holiday treats are going on hiatus — another consequence of the coronavirus.
They say “The Show Must Go On,” and while the lights of Broadway are still dim, two of New York City’s most cherished holiday traditions will still be held in 2020, although they will look a little different than in years past.
MILWAUKEE -- The forecast for the Fourth of July is 90˚ and mostly sunny!
WAUKESHA -- The City of Waukesha's Fourth of July parade will work a little differently this year, the Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department (WPRF) announced Friday, June 12.
BAY VIEW -- As America honored those who have given their lives for our country on Memorial Day, the holiday Monday, May 25 also marked the unofficial start to a summer that will be unlike any other amid the coronavirus pandemic, which has claimed nearly 100,000 lives in a several months' span.
MILWAUKEE -- The coronavirus pandemic may be canceling many Memorial Day traditions, but the staff at Wood National Cemetery made sure there were still ways for people to pay their respects.
NEW CASTLE, Del. — Joe Biden made his first in-person appearance in more than two months on Monday as he marked Memorial Day by laying a wreath at a veterans park near his Delaware home.
BALTIMORE — President Donald Trump honored America’s fallen service members on Monday as he commemorated Memorial Day in back-to-back appearances in the midst of the pandemic.“Together we will vanquish the virus and America will rise from this crisis to new and even greater heights," President Trump said during a ceremony at Baltimore’s historic Fort McHenry. “No obstacle, no challenge and no threat is a match for the sheer determination of the American people.”
MILWAUKEE -- Leaders of Wood National Cemetery in Milwaukee said Memorial Day 2020 would mark the first time in recent memory there's no public ceremony due to COVID-19 concerns."So, each year, it's a big event," said Donald Owens with Wood National Cemetery. "We have a flag placement that occurs a couple days before the actual Memorial Day event, which is always on Memorial Day."Memorial Day is a time to honor veterans who are no longer with us.
ATLANTA — One was a 94-year-old veteran of World War II who was the first of his 11 brothers to enlist in the military.
MILWAUKEE -- Memorial Day Weekend is a lot different this year due to COVID-19, but a few dozen motorcycle riders started their engines for those who made the ultimate sacrifice on Saturday, May 22.