#Alcoholic Beverages


Server fired for refusing to serve teens alcohol

(WSVN) - Being a waiter, waitress or bartender is even tougher during COVID, and one server was stunned to find out a restaurant wanted her to serve alcohol to minors. When she said no, she was told to go away, and it’s why she called Help Me Howard with Patrick Fraser.
Picture for Server fired for refusing to serve teens alcohol
Sturgis, SDsdpb.org

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Encouraging Personal Responsibility

The elected leader of Sturgis  says people attending the city’s annual motorcycle rally should take their own precautions against COVID-19.  . The city does not have any coordinating vaccination opportunities. Masks are not required for the rally either. However, the city is allowing people to carry alcoholic beverages around the downtown area instead of requiring them to stay inside licensed businesses.
Picture for Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Encouraging Personal Responsibility
Hawaii StatePosted by

Woman, Three Times Legal Limit, Asks Boca PD To Help Her Get To Hawaii

Police Report: Breath Alcohol .271, .275. Legal Limit Is .08. BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Police officers patrolling the streets of South Florida never quite know what they’re going to experience. In Boca Raton, several police officers experienced new resident Koenigikann DaSilveira who was […] The article Woman, Three Times Legal Limit, Asks Boca PD To Help Her Get To Hawaii appeared first on BocaNewsNow.com.
Saline, MIthesuntimesnews.com

Saline Social District Proposal Fails To Pass

Saline will not be getting an additional social district. Councilor Camero-Sulak’s and Councilor Krause’s support for the proposal was not enough to withstand the no votes from the rest of the council. “I’m disappointed. I thought that it would be another good reason to bring people to town,” Saline Main...
Bangor, MEPosted by

Helpful Tips Before Attending A Waterfront Concert

Things are cranking up again with the first show of the season on the Bangor Waterfront. Before Luke Bryan takes the stage this Thursday night, here are some tips on various policies inside the venue. Bags- Fans arriving must have bags that are in compliance with their clear bag policy....
Tennessee StateWAFF

Tax free in Tennessee: save on food items this week

Tenn. (WAFF) - Now through Thursday, August 5, you can save money on food items in Tennessee. Food, food ingredients, and prepared foods are exempt from sales tax during this time period. This includes qualified sales of prepared food by restaurants, food trucks, caterers, and grocery stores. Alcoholic beverages are...
Martinsburg, WVJournal & Sunday Journal

18-year-old charged with alleged assault of minor

MARTINSBURG — An 18-year-old has been charged after allegedly assaulting a minor female and taking photos and videos of her, as well, according to Berkeley County Magistrate Court records. Jeremiah David Barnes, of Back Creek Valley Road, Hedgesville, who turned 18 in April, was arraigned Thursday in magistrate court on...
Centralia, WAChronicle

Fairway Lanes Sets New Opening Date

Grab your shoes and dust off those bowling balls. The new Fairway Lanes Bar and Grill is expected to open Saturday, Aug. 14, which just so happens to be National Bowling Day. The new owners of the beloved bowling alley, Jeff and Julie Walker, made the announcement Saturday on their Facebook page. As part of the momentous occasion, the business will be hosting drawings for customers and attendees to win hats, T-shirts, free bowling games and other prizes.
Lebanon, PAlebtown.com

Blotter: Terroristic threats, impersonation, vandalized and stolen signs

Residential Burglary – PSP Jonestown was dispatched to the 00 block of Creek Dr. regarding a burglary. Upon troopers’ arrival, they observed vehicle parts to be missing from the associated vehicle. This burglary occurred on July 27, 2021 sometime between 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. No suspects are known at this time. Anyone with information is asked to contact PSP Jonestown. The Victim was a 79 year old Fredericksburg man. The stolen property included a Retractable Tonneau Cover, valued at $254.36. The theft from motor vehicles involved a 2013 Honda CRV.
Boston, MAWWLP 22News

Package Stores Aim For Alcohol License Compromise With Food Stores

BOSTON (SHNS) – Package stores in Massachusetts are offering a compromise ballot question that would increase the number of licenses available to food stores, but leave a license cap in place. The head of the Massachusetts Package Store Association, which has filed with the attorney general’s office to launch a...
Midland, TXMidland Reporter-Telegram

Planning & Zoning approves Manor Park changes

Manor Park on Monday received approval for amended plans for its Manor Park South development at 5323 Sinclair Ave. Members of the Planning and Zoning Commission approved Manor Park’s request for a zone change from PD, Planned District for a Housing Development to Amended PD, Planned Development District for a Housing Development to include a community center/restaurant and 67 single-family residences.
Saline, MIthesalinepost.com

Saline City Council Votes 5-2 Against Proposed Downtown Social Zone

Saline City Council voted 5-2 against implementing a downtown social district that would have allowed people to buy beverages in participating establishments and drink them while strolling around a small area of downtown Saline. The social district differs from Umbrella Square, the dining area on South Ann Arbor Street used...
DrinksPosted by
The Morning Call

South Bethlehem cidery opening just in time for Musikfest mug refills

A south Bethlehem cidery is putting down roots just in time for Musikfest fun. Five Maidens Cider Company, crafting alcoholic ciders from locally sourced apples, plans to open a production facility and tasting room at 4 p.m. Friday at 327 Polk St. Operators Andrew David and Brian Williams have spent the past several months renovating the building, located between East Third and East Fourth ...
Mississippi Statevisitwinona.com

Need to pause along the Mississippi?: Cafes on the Great River Road

River Travel Magazine included Winona’s Blooming Grounds Coffee House in its list of cafe’s along the Great River Road from Minnesota to Louisiana. It was described as “the coffee house that has everything! Visitors can expect a selection of food, coffee, alcoholic beverages, and live music.”. “Blooming Grounds welcomes all...