This week’s storm brought much of the city to a halt. For retailers that usually thrive the day before Valentine’s Day, the snow cost them thousands in sales.
Parties, costumes, decorations, candy and more. They’re all part of Baltimore’s Halloween celebration.
With Halloween just a few weeks away, it’s time to finalize the costumes and make plans for trick-or-treating. Whether you’re looking for the kids or want to have some adults-only fun, check out these five options to decide which neighborhood you should visit.
Anne Arundel County police have arrested three teenagers who broke into a Pumphrey home and brought in candy, popcorn and cupcakes stolen from another residence.
It’s not just about the food at the wedding! Local vendors add unique flavor to alternative wedding desserts.
The Carroll County Arts Council has a sweet event this Easter season.
Charm City just got more charming this Valentine’s Day.
When Connie Mayers decided to open a candy shop, she knew women would be her primary customers. So, to be successful, she designed her shop around what women would like: chocolate and jewelry.
This Halloween, take a healthier approach by offering something tasty with a nutritional benefit.
We all remember going to that one house on the block and not only being tricked of a treat but going home with a bag full of pennies, apples, or even a tube of toothpaste from your family dentist. Now you have the option to pick which out of the two evils you would rather go home with. Choose wisely!
Halloween is all about candy. And we all have our favorites. Tell us yours!