An Ogden distillery owner will be allowed to buy liquor advertisements on TRAX trains and buses after initially being told such ads were illegal in Utah.
LANSING — Gov. Rick Snyder has signed House Bill 4667 and Senate Bill 440, which will change the name of the Michigan Grape and Wine Industry Council to the Michigan Craft Beverage Council.
A state agency with some of the most sought-after property in the city has received permission for a deal with an out-of-state developer to move its headquarters to the suburbs, potentially freeing up land for a new baseball stadium.
MACKINAC ISLAND (AP) — Worried that Michigan voters might legalize recreational marijuana this fall, some Republican lawmakers think they have a way to apply the brakes: pass it themselves first to make it easier to change later.
BRUNSWICK — Caitlin Mance and Jacob Georgeson approached the Norumbega Cidery booth at the Crystal Spring farmers market on a late May morning, wearing the telltale expressions of uncertain but curious shoppers.
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) The New Hampshire Liquor Commission is visiting schools across the state to educate students on alcohol safety issues during prom and graduation season.
Meeting for the third time in recent months, the crowded field of candidates for legislative seats in District 18—who previously had been in accord on virtually all policy issues—Wednesday night found something about which to disagree: Montgomery County’s public liquor sales and distribution system.
RICHMOND – Cheyanne Newcomb credits her participation in the Youth Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Project (YADAPP) with giving her inspiration to help others.
PORTLAND, Ore. – Faced with a backlog of applications for recreational marijuana licenses, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission says it will set aside any applications received after June 15 until the pileup is cleared.