Bring your appetite and, perhaps, a few dollars to donate to charity on Thursday afternoon.
Thursday, November 22, 2012
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
It's one of the biggest drinking days of the year — but authorities are urging people to celebrate responsibly.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol, anticipating heavier than usual traffic over the Thanksgiving weekend, released a video that could dampen some enthusiasm for holiday spirits. The eight-minute video shows compelling footage from actual traffic stops. Last Thanksgiving weekend, 14 people were killed in traffic accidents. That figure has increased from 10 people who were killed on Ohio's roadways in 2011. Each year between Thanksgiving and New Year's, nearly 39 people die in crashes around the state, the Patrol says. Of the 42.5 million Americans who will travel over the coming holiday weekend, about 90 percent will be driving, according to AAA. "While not planning any additional measures, our officers are aware of the nature of holiday get-…
We rounded up a few things to do this weekend before and after you carve the turkey.
Once the main event is over, many families still have restless kids and grown-up guests for three more days Thanksgiving weekend. But we’ve got you covered. Check the list below for great things to do over Thanksgiving weekend. Annual Thanksgiving Brunch Bunch What: This charity auction features guest auctioneers from Kent State Athletics and all the free coffee, cider and doughnuts you can eat. Prizes/auction items include memorabilia from the 2012 College World Series and tickets to see the Golden Flashes play in the MAC Championship game and a ride on the Goodyear Blimp. When: Nov. 22, 8 am-Noon Where: Kent American Legion (Underwood Hall) Cost: $3 Donation at the door More: Annual Brunch Bunch Auction Supports Charities Free Admission …
Monday, November 19, 2012
It's November and that means it's time to think about all the little details that go into Thanksgiving.
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Did we miss your favorite store? Tell us in the comments.
Thanksgiving is upon us, which means Black Friday is quickly approaching. If you live in Cuyahoga Falls, chances are you'll be out shopping. Here's a list of Black Friday opening hours for stores you requested on the Cuyahoga Falls Patch Facebook page. Don't see your favorite store? Submit it in the Comments. Barnes Sewing Center: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Best Buy: 12 a.m. Burlington Coat Factory: 6 a.m. Chapel Hill Mall: 12 a.m. Home Depot: 5 a.m. La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries: 9 a.m. Lil Frog Fashions: 3 p.m. Round 2 Kids: 12 p.m. Staples: 5 a.m. Target: Thanksgiving evening, 9 p.m. Toys R Us: Thanksgiving evening, 8 p.m. Wal-Mart (Stow): Open 24 hours through Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
Friday, November 9, 2012
Too busy to cook or have you burned the turkey? Patch to the rescue. Check out this list of restaurants and grocery stores that will take care of your Thanksgiving Feast.
There's no rule that says you have to cook on Thanksgiving and while eating out eliminates the need to clean up, you could enjoy the comfort of home without the work by ordering Thanksgiving to go. Many of these places need you to order in advance. (*some places require advance ordering) BUBBA'S Q 820 Center Road Avon 440-937-7859 Features Bubba's Q smoked turkeys and brown glazed hams. Contact catering for further details. Carriage House Bakery & Market 36741 Detroit Road Avon Features takeout holiday side dishes, desserts and other bread based bakery for Thanksgiving. Giant Eagle 31990 Walker Rd. Avon Lake 440-933-5078 Features pre-made traditional Thanksgiving meal, turkey, side dishes and dessert. Order by November 18, 2012 Heinen's …
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Thanksgiving is almost here. Tell us what you’re thankful for in the comments.
Sure, there’s the turkey and pumpkin pie. And there’s football for sports fans and parades for the kids and early morning shopping for the deal-seekers. But Thanksgiving is also a day about reflection. It’s a day to stop and think about all the good in our lives. So we want to know: when all is said and done, what are you giving thanks for this year? It can be silly or sweet, simple or profound. We just want to hear it. Here are a few responses from Patch readers in the region. Check them out, and then tell us what you’re grateful for in the comments. Dawn Blythe of Jackson Township said: “I'm thankful for a husband who provides so I can be a stay at home mom! We may not have a fancy house, the nicest cars, or the newest things, but I can …