A long-awaited supermarket is finally coming to West Baltimore. A 67,000 square foot grocery store ends what residents have long called the “food desert” in Howard Park.
Those who get donated food into the hands of the needy get discouraged this time every year. The United Way is stepping in to ask for help.
Can’t stop at just one chip? A new German study may explain why.
Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources is urging state residents to use caution as bears emerge from their winter hibernation.
What is your favorite sweet treat?
A downtown Baltimore landmark could get a major facelift. Lexington Market wants a multi-million dollar makeover.
They’re called “food deserts,” and Baltimore’s Health Department says one in five city residents live in one. That means no access to healthy and affordable food.
Zero tolerance for zero tolerance. That’s how one lawmaker feels about young children being suspended from school for forming their finger or food in the shape of a gun.
Michelle Obama praised the food industry on Friday for its efforts to market healthier foods but said more needs to be done.
Nutritionist Nicolette Pace says without certain nutrients, people can feel tired and irritable.