BALTIMORE (AP) — The Maryland Food Bank says it’s expanding into western Maryland.
The food bank, which works to fight hunger, announced Wednesday that it is merging with Food Resources of Hagerstown.READ MORE: Family Believes Shark Bit 12-Year-Old Girl In Ocean City, Official Says Incident 'Wasn't An Attack'
The new branch will serve as a central distribution point for a network of more than 120 soup kitchens, pantries and shelters in Allegany, Frederick, Garrett and Washington counties.READ MORE: Korryn Gaines Estate Reaches $3M Partial Settlement; Legal Claims For Son Kodi Left Unsettled
The Maryland Food Bank has facilities in Baltimore and Salisbury with a total of nearly 107,000-square-feet of warehouse, refrigerator and freezer space.MORE NEWS: At Baltimore School, U.S. Education Secretary Urges People Put Aside ‘Mask Fatigue’ and ‘Politics’ and Bring Students Back To Classrooms
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