Ann Arbor, MIrestaurantbusinessonline.com

Domino’s carryout sales recover from the pandemic

A reopened economy apparently didn’t phase Domino’s, thanks in large part to a business it has spent years developing: Carryout. The traditional pizza delivery chain on Thursday said its same-store sales rose 3.5% in the second quarter, and 19.6% on a two-year basis, despite difficult comparisons and a strong return of dine-in business. A lot of that improvement came from carryout, which has been a major focus of the Ann Arbor, Mich.-based pizza chain for the past decade.
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Dover, OHTimes Reporter

Church news: Dover church plans back-to-school giveaway event

DOVER New Life Church of God, 115 South Ave., Dover, will be having a free back-to-school giveaway from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 24. The church has clothing of all sizes, household items and toys. The church will also be giving away school supplies. In addition, there will be free food, inflatables, cotton candy and music. Call or text 330-987-4032 with questions.
Gurnee, ILfox32chicago.com

Alcohol delivery and carryout to continue in Gurnee

GURNEE, Ill. - Restaurants in Gurnee will be able to continue delivering alcohol. Village leaders voted unanimously Wednesday in favor of keeping the measure in place. Restaurants were allowed to sell mixed drinks and other alcohol to takeout and delivery customers amid the height of the pandemic. Restaurants will be...
Baltimore County, MDfoxbaltimore.com

Baltimore County will resume to-go cocktails for carryout and delivery

TOWSON, Md. (WBFF) -- On Monday, The Baltimore County Board of Liquor License Commissioners voted unanimously to resume “to-go” cocktails for carryout or delivery in Baltimore County, effective immediately. “As we continue our recovery, we must do all we can to help our small businesses innovate and diversify their operations,”...
Baltimore County, MDourcommunitynow.com

Baltimore Extends Carryout Cocktail Allowance to 2023

The Baltimore County Board of Liquor License Commissioners' decision is effective immediately. Raise a glass, Baltimoreans: carryout cocktails are here to stay—for now, anyway! In a hearing Monday, the Baltimore County Board of Liquor License Commissioners passed an ordinance to continue carryout alcohol in the city. The policy, which would allow bars and restaurants to offer alcoholic beverages for pickup or delivery, has been extended for two years starting immediately.

The Evolution of Dining: Carryout and menu changes

After the initial shock of lockdowns at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic last spring, operators and their suppliers regrouped. It became clear that takeout and delivery were the way forward. Some operators were good to go, but others realized they weren’t set up for the volume and had too...
Provincetown, MAcapecoddaily.com

Rescuers use Stokes Basket to carryout fall victim at West End Breakwater in Provincetown

PROVINCETOWN – Provincetown Fire and Rescue personnel used a Stokes Basket to carry a man who reportedly fell about 30 yards out on the West End Breakwater to an ambulance. The victim was transported to Cape Cod Hospital with a possible head injury. This is the latest in a long series of mishaps along the […] The post Rescuers use Stokes Basket to carryout fall victim at West End Breakwater in Provincetown appeared first on CapeCod.com.

USDA raises new crop cotton, rice carryout

The USDA has raised new crop cotton and rice ending stocks projections. New crop cotton ending stocks are now seen at 3.3 million bales, up 400,000 from June, following an increase in the production guess, which canceled out higher export demand. Old crop cotton ending stocks were unchanged. New crop...