Pennsylvania LCB Reports Record Sales, ContributionsFiscal year 2016-17 showed a 3.9% increase in retail sales over the prior year.
More Supermarkets Across Pennsylvania Uncork Wine-To-Go SalesOne of the first supermarkets to toast the start of wine-to-go sales in Pennsylvania is popping the corks for another at the Wegmans in King of Prussia.
LCB: 120 More State Stores To Open On SundaysThe Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board announced Wednesday that 120 more state stores will be open on Sundays.
Governor Wolf Signs Bill Allowing Wine Sales In Grocery StoresGovernor Tom Wolf has signed a bill allowing wine to be sold in some grocery stores and making other changes to Pennsylvania’s decades-old liquor law.
New Pa. LCB Liquor Store Opens in Center City PhiladelphiaThe 7,700 square feet of retail space at 21st and Market Streets are laid out in colors: blue for spirits, orange for wines, and green for the "premium" and "chairman selections."
Boisterous and Tense Moments at Pa. Liquor Store Privatization HearingThe lieutenant governor accused the ranking Democrat on the panel of impugning the character of Corbett cabinet members.
Pa. State Senators Examine Social Effects of Liquor Sale PrivatizationThe Senate hearings come more than a month after the House passed its version of a privatization bill.
Pa. Lawmakers Push State Store Privatization Toward Full House VoteA spokesman for Governor Corbett says he’s pleased, even though the committee made significant changes to his proposal.
Gov. Corbett Insists on Full Privatization of Pa. Liquor Store SystemGovernor Tom Corbett is reaffirming his commitment to full privatization of liquor sales in Pennsylvania.
Corbett Promises Liquor Privatization Proceeds To SchoolsGov. Tom Corbett says his plan to auction 1,200 wine and liquor store licenses and open beer and wine sales to a broad array of retailers would commit the proceeds to education.