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BOSTON (CBS) – The Boston Business Journal has crunched the numbers on which communities in Massachusetts have the most liquor licenses per capita.

Provincetown comes out on top.

They have one alcohol establishment for every 55 residents.

Check: Liquor License Map

P-town can thank the huge summer population, as well as their winter population’s isolation for that.


Another victory for Bank of America customers.

According to the Boston Globe, the nation’s biggest bank has scrapped a plan that would have charged $35 overdraft fees for anyone who made a debit card purchase without enough money in their account.

Right now, the bank rejects debit card purchases if there isn’t enough money.

Watch Lisa’s report:

Lisa van der Pool of the Boston Business Journal can be seen weekdays at 6 a.m. on WBZ-TV.

  1. jaygee says:

    I had to read this just to see what “B of A fee gone” was in relation to who had most liquor establishments. Oh….the Bank of America fee’, now I get it. Never mind!

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