A lottery system for food truck operators in the District of Columbia is about to start.
After years of parking where they choose, food truck operators in the District of Columbia are preparing to have their spaces assigned by lottery.
District officials say the lottery will bring “predictability and certainty” to the city’s food truck scene.
Business has plummeted for Washington’s food truck industry due to the government shutdown, forcing some trucks to lay off staff and stay parked at home.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is planning to visit an all-day competition between food trucks from Baltimore and Washington.
If you’d like to help the victims of Superstorm Sandy, you can on Saturday. Thanks to the operators of Baltimore’s popular food trucks, a hurricane relief gathering is planned in Towson.
Food truck fight. Some neighbors in Little Italy say they’re not fond of the food truck rallies happening in their backyard.
When the Orioles take on the Nationals at Camden Yards it won’t be the only battle between Baltimore and Washington this weekend. Another one is brewing Saturday, and it’s all about food.
Don Scott and Marty Bass have “Coffee With” Suzanne Somers. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about “A Taste of Two Cities,” a food truck rally.
It’s become one of Baltimore’s hottest tickets and it happens Saturday. It’s fun, food and a whole lot more.
Baltimore’s recent food truck frenzy will continue. Baltimore City extended a policy pilot program.
A popular Baltimore food truck is in the running for a big prize. A win would mean some big money and some national attention for Charm City.
Vote for Miss Shirley’s food truck in “The Great Food Truck Race.”