A bill that would allow Connecticut package stores to sell alcohol on Sundays has passed its first legislative hurdle.
Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy and others say every year hundreds of millions of dollars crosses the border to liquor stores out of state.
Gov. Dan Malloy wants to repeal Connecticut’s blue laws and allow the sale of alcohol on Sunday, but some package store owners are not happy about it.
Councilman James Vacca says it’s like spit in the ocean, the number of state liquor authority agents assigned to all of New York City.
It is currently illegal to sell alcohol in Connecticut on Sundays. Malloy says they’re losing $600 million.
With the public smoking bans recently put into effect and talk of extending them further, I understand people’s sensitivity to the mayor’s office using its power to officially judge our vices. I don’t like it any more than the next person.
He doesn’t like the salt on the margarita glass and has fought against the fat in the Kahlua and cream. But was Mayor Michael Bloomberg really thinking of trying to shut the tap on the bar business as the New York Post reported?
Clarkstown Police are looking into claims that students riding a bus to New York City for a cruise on homecoming night became violently ill because of drinking.
Police said the teen stumbled away from the Dix Hills house party with alcohol in her system and was struck and killed as she tried to walk across the nearby parkway.
It is now legal to purchase alcoholic beverages in movie theaters in New York.
The Fire Department told CBS 2HD the blaze began as a trash fire outside the building before spreading inside.
Daniel Radcliffe set many teenage hearts aflutter when he put down roots in New York City, buying a $5.65 million brownstone on West 12th Street – but the British transport won’t be celebrating his successes with a drink.
The budget approved in Connecticut is making a whole slew of things more expensive beginning Friday.
According to the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, 90-percent of Americans suffering from addiction started using before the age of 18.
She says her son was hazed to death. A Brooklyn mother filed a $25 million lawsuit, claiming her son was forced to drink until he was five times the legal limit. She says he was left to die, by his own fraternity brothers.