A huge liquor store opening in Fairfield County this week has smaller package store owners across Connecticut worrying that it could be a trend.
Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday rejected proposals by a health panel that would have increased taxes and regulations on alcohol, according to a published report.
Registered dietician and the author of Sass Yourself Slim, Cynthia Sass, joined The Couch Thursday morning to get you ready for the weekend by clearing up some myths about booze.
Mayor Marc Shrieks said he fears an insurance issue. Residents are mixed on the issue.
It’s been three months since Sunday alcohol sales became legal in Connecticut and stores are reporting in.
For America’s big cities: the people who are supposed to have, need to have, and claim to have all the answers simply don’t have a clue.
For many, prom night means party night, and that often includes a lot of drinking. More schools are taking no chances when it comes to getting kids to celebrate sober. Some are going so far as to use Breathalyzer tests.
Many people who suffer from alcoholism struggle for years to get sober. Now, the makers of an herbal product say that they can cut cravings, while still letting alcoholics have the occasional drink.
The ready-to-drink pre-packaged cocktail, REMIX, is geared toward the “pre-game” market. If you want to get drunk before you go out to get drunk, Pauly D has got your back.
Connecticut is one step closer to becoming the 49th state to allow retail alcohol sales on Sundays and some holidays, following the state Senate’s passage of a bill that would overhaul some of the state’s liquor laws.
It appears that young people have found a way to extract and drink the alcohol in hand sanitizers, giving parents something else to worry about.
The once-gritty Lower East Side is known for its rock clubs, dive bars and hipsters, but there’s a sophisticated side to the ‘hood as well.
The latest reading on Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy’s job approval rating comes from the Quinnipiac University poll, where 44 percent of voters approve and 45 percent disapprove.
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.