It’s going to be a very busy Thanksgiving travel period with 48.7 million people hitting the road this week.
The Indiana Farm Bureau projects the average Thanksgiving meal will cost just under $47, a little more than $3 less than last year’s total.
One group, typically known for selling cookies, is stocking pantries in another way for the holiday.
Donations are down about half a million pounds for the year and Food Bank Executive Director Julio Alonso says that trend has continued into the holiday season.
The retail price of a sixteen pound turkey went up by over four dollars since last year according to an annual survey by the Indiana Farm Bureau.
Here you can find a list of local restaurants that are opening their doors to you and your family on Thanksgiving day and offering holiday meals and specials.
This is the first Thanksgiving Hoosiers can buy ingredients at their grocery store labeled “Indiana Grown."
An Associated Press report says there could be a shortage of canned pumpkin after a large amount of rain hit the Midwest this summer.
Donations to nonprofits on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving rose to more than $45 million this year.
Non-profit groups and churches across the state will serve up free Thanksgiving meals.