Alcohol regulators in Massachusetts are pulling back from a rules change that had small beer brewers across the state fuming.
Diners could soon be sipping beer and wine in a popular vacation spot that has long banned the sale of alcohol.
U.S. Coast Guard crews will be on the water throughout the Fourth of July weekend boarding recreational boats to ensure they have proper safety gear and that operators aren’t under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
A Braintree family is upset after they were turned away from a local restaurant. One of them, a 27-year-old only had a state ID. But the restaurant has a very strict policy; it’s a Massachusetts Driver’s License or the door, no exceptions.
Police in Gorham, N.H., say a 22-year-old man accidentally shot himself in the chest with his own gun while he was at a house party.Officers were called to the party about 2:15 a.m. Saturday and found the wounded man. Police said he was taken to a hospital. His condition and the name of the hospital weren’t released.
The Boston Licensing Board gave their approval Thursday for the Red Sox to expand their sale of hard liquor at Fenway Park.
WBZ’s Neil Chayet has a case of underage possession of alcohol at school.
When the spring sports season begins later this month, a new drug and alcohol policy is scheduled to take effect at Swampscott High School.
Foxboro is taking a stand against public drunkenness.
Unions, industry-backed organizations and other advocacy groups spent more than $9 million trying to sway voters on the state’s three ballot questions last year. The total falls short of the record $16.1 million set in 1992 when four questions were decided.