The health department said a letter will be sent to all stores with liquor licenses on Monday, reminding them to check IDs and to make sure employees are trained to avoid selling to underage buyers.
A new report finds that at least 354 people died from alcohol poisoning on Long Island in the past five years.
Rutgers University has banned fraternity and sorority house parties for the rest of the spring semester. The ban follows several alcohol-related problems this school year, including the death of a student.
Dartmouth College is making a bold move to combat binge drinking and sex assaults on campus by banning all hard liquor, beginning this spring. But is that the right approach?
Nobody attending SantaCon this weekend – and nobody else either, for that matter – will be drinking alcohol on Metro-North or Long Island Rail Road for most of this weekend.
The chancellor for Rutgers University released a statement Monday as the campus mourns the deaths of two students over the weekend.
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Officers will be on the lookout for customers using fake IDs and for adults who buy alcohol for minors. Last summer, the program led to 211 arrests.
There is a new adult beverage in town and it is called a Phrostee. Now, the drink is under investigation and it comes with a big ‘buyer beware.’
A New York City public school teacher was arrested and charged this week, reportedly for giving alcohol to a teenage female student.
It’s a dangerous new high that’s getting teens drunker, faster and the consequences could be deadly.
Former television news anchor Bree Walker made history two decades ago for reporting with a disability. But Walker is now in the headlines again – this time not for her triumphs, but for her dramatic downward spiral.
A woman was arrested and charged this week, after she allegedly left a child outside in a stroller while drunkenly walking into a restaurant in New Milford, N.J.
There’s nothing better than kicking back on vacation with a classic local cocktail, and nothing worse than being interrupted by some blowhard waxing poetic about the drink’s storied “history”. Unless you’re the blowhard, and you’re sitting at the exact bar where the drink was invented.
Almost all health insurance policies are now required to cover substance abuse treatment under the Affordable Care Act.