Food trucks have been all but banned in Murfreesboro for years, but the growing popularity of mobile food has caused the city to reassess its regulations.
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A food truck owner in Coeur d’Alene is helping law enforcement officers this week following the recent police killings around the country by giving them free meals.
Last fall, more than 20 food trucks rolled into Stoneham Square on a Saturday in mid-October for the inaugural North Shore Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival.The event served as evidence that food trucks are no longer a phenomenon restricted to the busy streets of Boston, New York or any other big city. On the contrary, food trucks are showing up in all sorts of places, including the North Shore.By unofficial count, about 25 food trucks call the North Shore home, based either on the location of their kitchens or the residence of their owners.
Food trucks aren’t just for urbanites anymore! Trucks could be popping up on farms inside Montgomery County’s agricultural reserve, thanks to a change in county zoning regulations.
Greenville County Schools announced that it would expand its Food and Nutrition Services program with the addition of a full service food truck.The new full service food truck will be used to feed children free summer meals and will be used at schools to introduce new, unique lunch items throughout the school year.
Lubbock city officials met with food truck festival organizers on Thursday to work out guidelines for a new event scheduled for July 9.There were zoning issues prior to last month’s festival but Councilwoman Karen Gibson made some calls, and the food truck festival went on.