Big News For School Lunches

Popular food manufacturing brand Kraft Heinz is going back to school, offering a popular item to school cafeterias. Most parents are probably familiar with the popular Lunchables product line, a historically kid-friendly and convenient way to pack a lunch. Now, Lunchables will be offered to students from the school cafeteria- with a caveat.

Local Salon Plans “Soup-er” Event to Benefit Area’s Hungry

SMITHSBURG, MD News (3/10/2023) – Recently, federal food assistance programs decreased recipients’ benefit amounts to pre-pandemic amounts. For years, recipients had been receiving an extra amount to help families have access to nutritious food during the Covid-19 pandemic. Beginning in March 2023, many households received hundreds of dollars less than their previous allotment of SNAP benefits, and unfortunately, this comes at a time when inflation and other factors have sent grocery prices ever climbing. More and more families are turning to food banks and other community outreach programs to make sure that their families have food. The good news is, members of our community, like The Artist’s Pallette Hair Salon and Gallery are stepping up to help!

In-Depth: Dan’s Taphouse in Boonsboro Subject of Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit

BOONSBORO, MD News (2/15/2023) – Local resident and business owner Neal Glessner has filed a Federal civil rights lawsuit against CharDan, LLC, the owner and operator of Dan’s Taphouse in Boonsboro, Maryland. Glessner claims that he was the victim of discrimination based on his race and age.

Hagerstown Masons Working with Local Charity to Feed Those in Need

HAGERSTOWN, MD News (9/15/2022) – From now until November 1, 2022, Washington County Maryland Masons AF & AM have partnered with the local charity It’s a Blessing to be a Blessing to provide food to needy families. Drop off boxes are available at 11227 Pipe Lane and 70 E. Washington Street in Hagerstown, MD. An additional drop off location is available at 304 W. Patrick Street in Frederick, MD.

Foodie Fridays: Amish Bread Starter

Here at Radio Free Hub City we LOVE food. So we’re starting a new tradition – FOODIE FRIDAYS. Each week we’re going to share some of our favorite recipes.

This week’s recipe is an Amish Bread Starter, creating a “Sour-dough” like bread. This starter makes a cinnamon bread, with optional raisins and nuts. View the full recipe at