The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board issued an advisory legal opinion Friday that says distributors may sell 12-packs if the manufacturer designates it for sale as a 12-pack.
Rich reviewed the OSCARs, a report that revealed Hillary Clinton paid women less than men while serving as Senator from New York, and the withdraw of a judicial nominee from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. He also talked to PA State Rep. Joe Hackett about decriminalizing out-state-alcohol purchases.
The information was gained from the Health Survey For England, which looked at 53,000 participants and followed them for six to ten years. What the researchers found?
Jake Buganski, executive director of Visit South Jersey says it’s all part of their first ever Haddonfield Uncorked event.
The Next Glass app can offer a drink you’re likely to enjoy based on a taste profile built from beers and wines you’ve already had.
Binge drinking could be making you sick – but not in the way you think.
Holiday heart syndrome is a direct result of celebrations, the stress that surrounds the holidays and people drinking more alcohol.
Police in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania say a 2-year-old girl taken to a hospital because she smelled of booze had alcohol in her system.
Are people who drink a lot alcoholics? Federal health officials say no.
Can parents get arrested or sued for their teen’s beer party if they weren’t home?
New research suggests encouraging people to kick the habit of smoking may have another positive effect as well.
Tom Kean, New Jersey’s Senate Republican leader, sent a letter Wednesday to Jon Hansen, who Gov. Chris Christie has tasked with coordinating efforts to help the resort.
According to a study which followed over 20,000 men in Sweden for 11 years, five factors had the greatest impact on health: diet, exercise, smoking, weight circumference, and alcohol consumption.
With a wide variety of restaurants just about the only thing you won’t find on a menu in Historic Downtown Haddonfield is alcohol – until now.
There are laws that make bars and bartenders legally responsible if they let an intoxicated customer drive away. Does the same hold true for valets?