The Chappelle Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church will hand out free meals in their Thanksgiving community outreach dinner event.
Two forces are colliding this week, the pandemic and the urge to be with loved ones this thanksgiving after missing other holidays earlier this year.
With some Americans planning Thanksgiving gatherings, health experts warn of coronavirus testing limitations
While leaders are encouraging everyone to get tested for COVID-19, health experts also warn of the limitations of testing.
Serve & Connect partnering with Midlands law enforcement to deliver Thanksgiving meals to hundreds of families
The local nonprofit, Serve & Connect, is partnering with law enforcement agencies in five Midlands counties to deliver Thanksgiving meals and produce to hundreds of families this year.
St. Peter Catholic Church, First Baptist Church of Columbia to host 30th annual interfaith Thanksgiving dinner
If you’re still looking for Thanksgiving plans, Saint Peters Catholic Church and First Baptist Church of Columbia are hosting their 30th annual interfaith Thanksgiving dinner.
Molina Healthcare is having a free Thanksgiving drive-thru this Sunday at Irmo High School, starting at 3 p.m.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control offered recommendations on how to more safely celebrate Thanksgiving during the COVID-19 pandemic. Experts continue to emphasize the importance of wearing your mask and practicing social distancing.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued its guidelines for Thanksgiving. Leaders say staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others from the coronavirus.
‘Really blessed that these churches come together,’ Hundreds attend 29th annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Lunch
For almost three decades, St. Peter's Catholic Church and First Baptist Church of Columbia have been providing a Thanksgiving lunch to less fortunate in the city.
Columbia, S.C. (WOLO) — For almost three decades, St. Peter’s Catholic Church and First Baptist Church of Columbia have been providing a Thanksgiving lunch to less fortunate in the city. This year was no different. “We want this to be a place of peace where they can come, and they can just relax,” said Ron Paull, Coordinator with First Baptist…
Experts in fire safety and poison control weigh in on how to steer clear of emergencies
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) –With Turkey Day just around the corner, there are some health and home hazards that could fill your plate with issues if not handled correctly. Experts with the Palmetto Poison Center say what separates an issue-free Thanksgiving from a feast that could lead you to the hospital is how you prepare your turkey. “We want to make…