There were many people at Best Buy’s doors, waiting for them to open at 5:00 p.m.
Once the meal is over and the drowsiness has worn off, many people celebrate the second half of the holiday at the bar.
Early Black Friday deals in CT enticed western Massachusetts residents to cross the state line this Thanksgiving.
Baker wants to recognize the contributions of tree growers to the state economy by encouraging everyone to buy a Massachusetts-grown tree.
The goal is stop bars from over serving and promote safer roads and highways.
The New York Times is taking Donald Trump to task after it says he made fun of a reporter’s disability.
As you dash through the malls and deck the halls, be sure to arm yourself with the right apps.
A man is in custody after jumping over a White House fence while the first family was inside celebrating Thanksgiving, officials said.
Tony Romo was knocked out of the game against Carolina with an injury to the shoulder that sidelined him for seven games this season.
Veterans who aren’t able to leave the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home had the opportunity to invite their family and friends for a full Thanksgiving …
The state bought Narcan in bulk following the recent opioid epidemic.
According to the National Retail Foundation, the consumer landscape is shifting.
First responders rescued a teenage Franklin County girl this Thanksgiving night after the pickup truck she was driving left the road and end…
Not everyone grabs what they need for Thanksgiving the day before, 22News was at one of the few places still open Thursday for last minute g…
Local residents gathered this morning to watch football rivals go head to head for some good old fashioned Thanksgiving football.
The less hard-core Black Friday shoppers are likely digesting their Thanksgiving dinners and contemplating a plan of action.
An organization representing Bay State merchants is optimistic about the holiday season.
Bryan Johnson, 24, was pronounced dead early Thursday, the Norfolk district attorney’s office said in a statement.
Upgrades including metal spikes were not enough to keep another person from scaling the fence of the White House.
A Thanksgiving Day tradition of generosity and hospitality continued at the High School of Commerce in Springfield Thursday.