Police have arrested a man for stealing liquor from a Wilmington restaurant.
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman said Wednesday that the fine levied against Livingston-based Briad Group should send a message to every bar and restaurant in the state that customers should always get what they pay for.
Inside City Council Chambers, parents and education advocates continued to urge City Council members to find a solution to the school district’s budget crisis during a committee hearing Wednesday.
Officials released details Thursday on the investigation into dozens of establishments in the state accused of selling cheap — or even fake — alcohol to customers from premium bottles.
Rapper-producer Sean “Diddy” Combs has paid a marketing visit to Pennsylvania’s capital city.
On Thursday, WPHT’s Dom Giordano spoke to Deb Beck, President of Drug and Alcohol Services Providers of Pennsylvania, about why she is against privatization.
The state House will tackle liquor privatization this week, and it starts with a committee vote on a bill expected to take place today.
A bitter dispute between a popular Jersey shore resort and its boardwalk bars over measures to combat rowdy late-night revelers has been largely laid to rest, thanks in part to Superstorm Sandy.
Whether you’re toting wine, tequila or beer, here are the best BYO bets in Center City.
Drunk driving incidents seem to spike around New Year’s Eve.
Authorities in Atlantic City are searching for two men who robbed a liquor store at gunpoint Wednesday night.
You can get a free bottle of booze, and it will end up costing taxpayers. Sounds crazy, but it’s true in Pennsylvania.
Chris thinks Republicans should rally around John Boehner’s debt ceiling plan. He examines the cases of a police officer fired for going to a bar while on duty and a teacher reinstated after posting comments about students on her blog. Finally, he talks to Senator Jim Demint about his oppostion to Boehner’s plan.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board plans to launch a pilot program that will see bottles of liquor offered for sale in a selected number of those new wine kiosks that have been set up in supermarkets.
A push to privatize wine and liquor stores in Pennsylvania is getting no support from a panel of Democratic state lawmakers. The House Democratic Policy Committee is hearing testimony on Thursday in Philadelphia.