Phelps-Inspired Ice Cream Gives Locals A Taste Of Olympic GoldBaltimore's The Charmery created a flavor in honor of swimmer Michael Phelps' 23 Olympic gold medals.
Md. 'Ice Cream Trail' Leads Those With Sweet Tooth Across The StateWarmer weather means many people are out looking for some cool ice cream. But this year, how about making that trip an adventure?
New Ice Cream Flavor Honors PlaywrightThe Everyman Theatre wanted to know if a local ice cream maker were open to the idea of designing a new flavor around a story by America's pre-eminent playwright, August Wilson.
St. Michaels Icon Serving Up Artisanal Ice CreamJustine's Ice Cream Parlour is mixing old traditions with new flavors with the help of new small-batch, artisanal ice cream.
Beer Float, Anyone? Yuengling's Ice Cream ReturnsThe supermarket freezer aisle got a little more crowded Monday as Yuengling -- a name more associated with ale, porter and lager than vanilla, chocolate and strawberry -- took its place alongside the familiar brands.
Annual Woolly Bear Caterpillar Contest Opens In HagerstownIt's caterpillar contest time in Hagerstown.
Wait! Certain Packages Of Turkey Hill Ice Cream May Contain Metal ShavingsYou may want to think twice before you take another scoop of your favorite Turkey Hill ice cream. The company is recalling several products in Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Pick-A-Side: What Is Your Favorite Ice Cream Flavor?
Pick-A-Side: Which Is Your Favorite Ice Cream Flavor? What is your favorite ice cream flavor?
Unilever Ends Ice Cream Production In Western Md.Ice cream production has ended at a Hagerstown plant that supplied Good Humor bars and other frozen goodies for nearly 30 years.
Best Frozen Yogurt In BaltimoreFro yo, as yogurt lovers like to call it, can be eaten plain, low fat, no fat, no sugar, probiotic enhanced, kosher, in a smoothie, gluten free or in a cup. Whatever your style, these spots are sure to please your palate.
Maryland's 1st Ice Cream Trail Opens Opening Maryland's first ice cream trail was the perfect way to beat this week's 90-plus degrees in Tuscarora, Maryland Agriculture Secretary Buddy Hance said.