he North Shore’s largest food pantry is collecting donated turkeys ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
The town of Brookline is trying to figure out how to rid several of its neighborhoods of aggressive turkeys.
In an election year, it’s hard to pick just a few top political turkeys.
Neighbors are on the offensive in Brookline after what some residents are describing as aggressive turkeys.
One thousand frozen turkeys were delivered to Worcester Food Bank from Stop & Shop Thursday morning.
One program that’s helping to fill that need for certain foods is “Hunt for the Hungry,” in which hunters can share their fall harvest with the needy through the food bank.
Now that the super committee in Washington has thrown in the towel, some people are worried about the fate of some social programs.
The Salvation Army and its volunteers are making Thanksgiving a bit brighter for Massachusetts families who are struggling in this down economy.