The preparations for the thanksgiving meal , have begun, everyone's home are probably stocked with all the proper ingredients.Before you start cooking, are you looking to spice up the table this year with something new. The Turtle showed us a way to give your family a dinner they will remember.
After eating a bunch of turkey on Thanksgiving, why don't you make another turkey with your kids. Not to eat don't worry, but a fun arts and crafts that you can do at home with the family. The Grace Museum gave us some tips.
With Thanksgiving being only three days away, it is a perfect time to reflect on what we are thankful for this thanksgiving.
With the holidays being here, you may be worried how to maintain your exercise routine and still enjoy all the good food. Action Zone has some tips on how to make that happen.
Kimberly Sears got to stretch, learn some moves, and practice with Abilene Roller Derby Sugarbombs.
thanksgiving is right around the corner, then before you know it Christmas will be here. Which means that getting a jump on the holiday shopping is a must, and place you can stop in the mall for gift ideas or yourself is Corthaus boutique.
Do you know what it takes to brew a beer? If not Pappy Slokum Breing Co. showed us the different steps it goes into making that beer and pouring it in your glass.
This Thanksgiving you can be thankful for another thing, adopt a pet from the Taylor Jones Humane Society this holiday season.
Do you believe technology connects us or distances us? Well one play pushes the boundaries between strangers and a cell phone. Dead Man's Cell Phone showcases todays societies obsession with technology.
Have you ever been stuck with this problem; your children have the day off from school but you as a parent have to work.Well don't worry because there is one place in Abilene to solve your problem KidsHub.
The Friends of the Abilene Public Library will host a reception on Thursday, December 4 from 4 until 6 p.m. to welcome Lori Grumet, the new City Librarian.
Facility will bring nearly $300 million in capital investments and increase natural gas processing.
Fred Scott, who coached Abilene High School tennis team to 247 wins and the 1999 state team championship, will be inducted to the Texas Tennis Coaches Association Hall of Fame during ceremonies Dec. 6 in New Braunfels.
Enrollment in Texas public schools continues to climb, growing by 19 percent over the past decade and by more than 59 percent over the past 26 years, according to a new report released today by the Texas Education Agency.
Abilene ISD student choirs, bands, orchestras and ensembles, and a fully decorated One AISD Center, will be part of the 26th Annual City Sidewalks holiday celebration in downtown Abilene on Tuesday, Dec. 2, beginning at 5:30 p.m.