Was that really a Jack and Coke you had in New Jersey? It might not have been, but authorities in the Garden State are working to do something about it.
New Jersey liquor officials have busted a ring which had been supplying illegal drinks to stores. The state Alcoholic Beverage Control was first made aware of Extracto De Malta in stores when a NJ TRANSIT bus driver tested positive for alcohol during a routine test. Store owners have to get Extracto De Malta off their shelves by Sept. 1 or face citation.
What’s the deal with all the road signs? It’s a questions being asked in Fair Haven and all across New Jersey these days.