AUSTIN – No parent should ever receive the kind of devastating news that two Bryan police officers delivered to Pam Todaro one early Saturday morning.
A few months into the pandemic, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo had become the face of aggressive COVID-19 policy. Though many Americans praised the governor's pandemic response, restaurants struggled under his preventative restrictions.
BOSTON — Supermarkets and convenience stores would have access to more beer and wine licenses under a proposal eyed for the 2022 ballot that aims to resolve a decades-old dispute over limits on retail alcohol sales.
LEE COUNTY, Fla. – Your favorite stiff drink may be the latest casualty of COVID-19 shortages, but business owners are saying it isn’t because there’s a lack of alcohol.
BOSTON — Efforts to bring back happy hour in Massachusetts are gaining steam as lawmakers, restaurants owners and residents who haven’t been able to buy a discounted beer since 1984 say it’s time to reverse the draconian ban.
Though unity seems hard to come by these days, the people of Massachusetts are in agreement on one thing: They want their happy hour back.
BOSTON — Package stores in Massachusetts are offering a compromise ballot question that would increase the number of licenses available to food stores...
The Massachusetts Changes to Alcohol Retail Licensing Initiative may appear on the ballot in Massachusetts as an initiated state statute on November 8, 2022.
A federal judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit that alleges a California company deceived consumers by misrepresenting its wine as coming from Oregon.
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Gas stations have a legal obligation not to sell fuel to drivers who are believed to be intoxicated, the New Mexico Supreme Court said Monday in a decision that could have far-reaching effects on businesses and that only one other state applies so strictly.