South Plains College will be having a Christmas tree lighting event this evening.
More than 500 of the Hub City's less fortunate are going to bed with full stomachs after nearly 200 volunteers fed them a free Thanksgiving meal at the Salvation Army Thursday.
One of the smallest towns in the country is a hit this Thanksgiving. The town of Pep, located 50 miles northwest of Lubbock, held their annual church fundraiser on Thursday.
This is a pre-cooked turkey and in that case, you can steam it or heat it up quickly in the dishwasher. So, it's very moist for Thanksgiving.
A number of Lubbock restaurants are hosting buffets and remaining open through the Thanksgiving holiday.
With the holiday season approaching, families and friends will have plenty of opportunities to celebrate and get together. The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission in Lubbock is reminding people to be safe when alcohol is involved, especially if there are minors present.
The South Plains Food Bank has had to cut back on canned food distribution this year after cuts to USDA grants have left them 1 million pounds short.
Some of Lubbock's homeless and lees fortunate were treated to a free Thanksgiving meal by the Bridge of Lubbock Monday.
On Monday, angels will arrive at the South Plains Mall as The Salvation Army launches its Angel Giving Tree program.
Texas Tech University rang in the holidays with the Salvation Army, Saturday. The Texas Tech Women's Basketball and Golf Teams, were equipped with hand bells, next to the infamous red kettles outside of the Sam's Club on Marsha Sharp Freeway.
The First United Methodist Church in Lubbock held their 19th Annual Community Wide Thanksgiving Dinner Saturday afternoon. Just about everything was donated for the lunch, including food from United Supermarkets and milk from Gandy's.
More than 130 vendors are set up at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center this weekend for the 32nd annual Holiday Happening. The annual fundraiser is organized by the Junior League of Lubbock and the money raised will go to area programs like Food2Kids and Kids In The Kitchen.
Food safety is especially important as you prepare the Thanksgiving turkey and all the trimmings for friends and family.
Ohhh, you better watch out. That's the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles slogan this year to prevent auto thefts.
The Salvation Army of Lubbock held their 2011 Red Kettle Kick-Off Friday, a brief program to ring in another season of giving in Lubbock.
The 19th annual Community Wide Thanksgiving dinner, presented by First United Methodist Church, will be Saturday, Nov. 19 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Christian Life Center at 1411 Broadway.