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Mall of America, nation’s biggest, hires first black Santa

The nation's largest mall is hosting its first-ever black Santa Claus this this weekend.
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Local shops take on Cyber Monday

Retailers like Edge of Urge and Freaker might sell their goods at regular brick and mortar shops, but they are also taking advantage of cutting some deals this Cyber Monday.
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Shopping for the holidays, a different kind of family tradition

Many stores began their Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving, and many people were lined up and ready to shop hours before the doors opened.
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Thankful for a second chance, homeless man turns life around

Thanksgiving is a day for giving thanks. A day full of food, family, and laughter. But for one man named Frank, this will be his first Thanksgiving off the streets of Wilmington in nearly ten years.
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10 Thanksgiving movies to watch if you’re sick of football

There's a Thanksgiving movie for everyone. Whether you like comedies or tear-jerkers, these movies will provide a welcome respite from all the cooking, eating or football-watching this holiday. Even better, the families in some of these films will make you grateful for your own.
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Volunteers prepare meals for Salvation Army Thanksgiving

The kitchen at the Salvation Army was bustling Wednesday night as volunteers prepared meals for the annual Salvation Army Thanksgiving lunch.
Volunteers provide a free Thanksgiving meal at Douglas Academy in Wilmington (Photo: Sarah Johnson/WWAY)
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15th annual free Thanksgiving lunch helps those in need

A Wilmington church organized a free Thanksgiving lunch for the 15th year in a row.
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Several communities holding tree lighting ceremonies

Once the turkey becomes leftovers, several area towns are ready for the next holiday. On Friday night, tree lighting ceremonies will take place across the area.
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Independence Day travel to break record

A record 43 million Americans are expected to travel this Independence Day weekend, and AAA says most of them will be driving.
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Shoppers make some final purchases before Christmas

Christmas is quickly approaching and that means shoppers are running out of time to check those final gifts off their list.