Christmas Day is closing in and lots of businesses and agencies will be closing early Wednesday and not open at all on Thursday.
For those who are less fortunate, the holidays can be a tough time. But thousands of South Floridians, thanks to hundreds of volunteers and the Miami Rescue Mission, were served at a special event held Christmas Eve.
If you’re catching a flight out of town for the holidays at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, pack your patience.
In the spirit of giving, for over 20 years, Neighbors 4 Neighbors has worked to match needy families through their Adopt-A-Family program—but a last minute change may leave more than 20 families without anything this holiday.
It’s a shopping trip most kids don’t get to do—going in and out of the isles of Target, picking out holiday gifts with the help of a uniformed police officer.
It’s the season of giving—how about helping out the furry friends’ in-need of care at the wildlife hospital?
A few wrong computer clicks could land you in trouble this holiday shopping season.
A 6-foot-tall stack of empty Pabst Blue Ribbon cans, built to mark the sitcom-inspired Festivus holiday, returned to the Florida Capitol on Monday for a second year.
Once you’ve finished putting stamps on the holiday cards, and taping gift boxes shut—it’s up to the United States Post Office to deliver.
Someone, perhaps feeling extra generous this holiday season, dropped a gold coin wrapped in a dollar bill inside a red kettle in Pompano Beach Saturday.