For many people so much of what makes the holiday season special revolves around one thing - faith. If your Hanukkah or Christmas celebrations will be looking different this year, you’re not alone. We spoke with some of our local religious leaders to find out how you can keep the faith during these
While many restaurants and businesses were closed for Thanksgiving, some were open for business like Bubba’s Bistro in Richmond Hill. But the dining experience definitely looked a lot different because of COVID-19.
Many people are still traveling for the holidays and some chose Tybee Island as their Thanksgiving destination. With the beautiful weather and opportunity to social distance, visitors say it’s a fun and safe place to go for the holiday.
While many enjoyed Thanksgiving with close family today others spent their day giving back. Sacrificing time with their families to feed those who may not have one of their own. Filling stomachs but more importantly filling hearts with something we could all use a little of, hope.
he director of Christian Social Ministries in Statesboro says they’ve seen nearly-record requests for need, including Thanksgiving. But a record donation helped them help plenty of families on Thursday.
If you still need to go out and buy some last-minute items for your Thanksgiving feast, just know that your nearby grocery store may be closed. But there are some that will open their doors on Thursday.
Thanksgiving is just days away and that means Christmas holiday events are following close behind. If you’re wondering how you can celebrate safely this year, many towns in the Lowcountry have got you covered.
As we approach Thanksgiving many are already looking ahead to Christmas. Which is something one Savannah based company is banking on as they’ve been busier than every decorating homes for the holiday season.
One Southeast Georgia man has a hand in bringing the Christmas spirit to the White House. Jim Roberts is preparing to help out with decorations at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for the second year in a row.