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The Meadow Lights are 25 acres full of Christmas lights, including larger-than-life angels, candles, candy canes, Santa Claus and nativity scenes.
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The department drove Santa through neighborhoods they serve. They sounded their alarms, flashed their lights, and Santa threw out candy canes from the top of a fire truck.
Oreo truffles are great, but they're even better when you throw mint into the party.
A team of first grade teachers used "The Legend of the Candy Cane" to teach about how children celebrate the holidays.
Carrie Abbott longs for old-fashioned, simpler times. But it's her love of nostalgia that has her busier than ever.
We're counting down to Christmas with sweet treats! This week's Heartland Cook from Harrisburg, Illinois loves to make candies she calls Martha Washingtons.
Mars Chocolate North America is spending $11.7 million to improve its candy-making plant in Waco.
WNY congressman says FCC's decision is 'step in the right direction' to making sure all Bills games are on local TV.
Former home of Candy Cane Lane, Woodlawn Avenue will not display the red and white stripped candy canes this Christmas.
Processed, sugar-packed candies are collected door-to-door every year at Halloween.
By this time, the office and school parties are winding down, and the real eating will soon begin.
Fourth-graders at Ryan Elementary School are building a lighted gingerbread village as the culminating project for a unit on electricity.
Perhaps the easiest way to answer those concerns is with dessert, and if you're shopping for someone with a sweet tooth, New York's many bakeries, sweet shops, and specialty stores have you covered.
An LGBT group called 'Out2Enroll' has just created an ad to tout the President's signature law.
Chocolate giant Hershey Co. is buying Chinese candy maker Shanghai Golden Monkey Food Joint Stock Co.
With a Shriners fez on his head, a bell in his hand and a smile on his face, Eddie Jonokuchi set up shop inside Southridge Mall on Wednesday and fulfilled a volunteer commitment he has kept for more than a half-century.