A record number of Baltimore County restaurants are cooking up some delicious deals as Restaurant Week kicks off Friday.
Maryland Democratic members of Congress will gather with state legislators for their 15th annual lunch on the eve of the General Assembly’s legislative session.
Washington County public school students will be paying 5 cents more for meals in the next school year.
How do parents track everything their children are eating in school? Take a picture of it on a calorie camera.
A downtown institution closed its doors Friday after more than six decades of service. Werner’s was a favorite breakfast and lunch spot for many, but tough economic times took a toll on this classic restaurant.
At Washington County Technical High School, students make and serve all the lunches.