- Associated Press - Wednesday, May 6, 2015

BALTIMORE (AP) - Health and aging officials are launching a free shuttle to make sure Baltimore residents have access to food and other needs after shops were damaged and destroyed during rioting last week.

The Maryland Department of Aging and the Baltimore City Health Department announced the free shuttle service on Tuesday.

The service will operate on weekdays during May. It will include stops at 10 residential buildings and will take residents to Super WalMart and a Giant supermarket.


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