Though we’re still three weeks away from the last day of summer, for many, it effectively ends Labor Day. Also wrapping up is the Maryland State Fair.
It may be the best two weeks in Baltimore County for foodies. Restaurant Week kicks off Friday!
If Tammy Bomberger’s life were a novel, its theme might be, “Never give up.” Or it might be “When people do good to you, do good to others.”
If you enjoy a good meal at a bargain price, you’ll like what starts Friday in Baltimore. It’s restaurant week!
The Orioles kick off the 27th annual Food and Funds Drive. And as part of our continuing community commitment, WJZ is a proud sponsor of the event.
The city of Hagerstown says charities must stop using a city-owned parking lot to give away food to the homeless.
The former dietary manager of a Maryland juvenile detention center has pleaded guilty to using a state-issued credit card to buy tons of frozen crab legs and shrimp that were resold to local restaurants.
Helping the hungry, one veggie at a time. On Sunday, “Gather Baltimore” gave away more than 30,000 pounds of free produce on Bond Street.
Big changes are on the way for school cafeterias that sell cookies, chips and candy bars to students. The federal government has new guidelines for snack items in schools.
Creating a memorable family gathering for the Fourth doesn’t have to be fussy or complicated. Here’s how to set a sizzling table, serve a crowd-pleasing meal, and keep everyone entertained with minimal effort or hassle.
More than a third of Baltimore’s neighborhoods don’t have grocery stores. It’s a problem that’s contributed to the city’s high obesity rate.
The Rodonovich family decided to grow their own food to eat healthy and make some money, and Twinhill Farm was born.