Gov. Roy Cooper signed a bill that modifies the current alcohol laws in North Carolina on Sept. 10, including allowing online orders at ABC stores and the purchase of a second alcoholic beverage at college sporting events.
The future is finally here ladies and gentlemen. Doordash has been around for a few years now but as of a couple of days ago, the food delivery service has forever been changed and upgraded to now also include alcohol.
Restaurants from independently owned establishments to national chains are advertising positions, some offering sign-on bonuses and flexible schedules. But as hard as they try, candidates aren’t lining up.
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania's state-run liquor system will begin rationing sales of a few dozen products on Friday in response to what it describes as supply shortages beyond its control.
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — A new bill recently signed into law could mean you can carry alcoholic beverages outside bars and restaurants in North Carolina. This law also allows online orders at ABC stores after October 1.
Your favorite liquor store in northeast Jackson, Madison or Ridgeland is most likely taking a wait and see attitude before offering the delivery of alcoholic beverages.
WILMINGTON — Binge drinking rates in some population groups are on the rise especially since COVID, and Talbert House Prevention Services in Clinton and Warren Counties is launching an initiative to take on the situation.
GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — In North Carolina, almost 1 in 4 people, or 24%, believe alcohol is far too freely available in public venues, according to a survey by Adcare.com.
BARBOURSVILLE, West Virginia — A business that serves alcohol to minors could quickly be punished, but those that follow the law are rarely applauded.