For the first time in 130 years, the Salvation Army is launching its "Rescue Christmas" fundraising campaign early this year as requests for its services have hit an all-time high due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A father in Ohio came up with a socially distanced way to hand out candy to trick-or-treaters this Halloween, and his "invention" is going viral.
A rare blue moon will appear on Halloween night 2020, which only occurs every 18 to 19 years, according to the Farmers’ Almanac.
For the first time since 1912, St. Olaf College’s Christmas Festival will not be held in-person.
With so many plans already impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, many are starting to wonder what Halloween celebrations in Minnesota could like this year.
They say “The Show Must Go On,” and while the lights of Broadway are still dim, two of New York City’s most cherished holiday traditions will still be held in 2020, although they will look a little different than in years past.
Instead, shoppers can reportedly purchase holiday deals earlier than ever, with savings starting in October and continuing throughout the season.
A fire department official warns that hand sanitizer and fireworks are a flammable combination.
Due to COVID-19, celebrations for the Fourth of July will look a little bit different this year. Some cities have canceled their shows, but others are still moving forward and asking spectators to follow social distancing guidelines.
The National Archives, the nation’s record keeper, has announced that it will host its first-ever virtual celebration of the holiday.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding residents and visitors to practice safe and sober boating as the 4th of July holiday nears.
Gov. Kristi Noem defended the upcoming celebration at the memorial in a recent interview.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is deploying a special federal unit across the country for the July 4 weekend in order to protect federal monuments and statues from a possible fresh wave of vandalism.
Like everything else in 2020, the Fourth of July weekend is going to look and feel much different.
Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration of the end of slavery in the United States.
Minnesotans will host Juneteenth celebrations across the state Friday in the hopes of making it an official holiday going forward.
Lieutenant William McGowan was flying a plane over northern France on D-Day, June 6,1944, when his plane was shot down and crashed into a field. His remains wouldn’t be found until 75 years later.
A World War II B-25 bomber flew over more than a dozen cemeteries in the Twin Cities Monday to honor fallen service members.
Cars decked out in red, white and blue paraded through the Minneapolis VA Hospital complex and the Minnesota Veterans Home grounds on Memorial Day to thank veterans for their service.
On Memorial Day, we pause to remember all military members who have lost their lives while serving our country. But, this year’s ceremonies will be different as large gatherings are prohibited due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.