Maryland Considering Bill To Allow Beer, Wine In Grocery StoresMaryland lawmakers are considering legislation that would allow grocery stores in the state to sell beer and wine.
Bill Would Allow Alcohol Carry-Out, Delivery To Continue In Maryland After COVID-19 Pandemic EndsA bill working its way through the Maryland General Assembly would allow some restaurants, bars and taverns to continue selling alcoholic beverages that could be consumed off-site even after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.
Young Americans More Likely To Say No To Alcohol, Study FindsCall them Generation Dry. More college-age Americans are choosing not to drink alcohol than they did nearly two decades ago, according to a new study.
Americans Over 30 Have Been Drinking More During The Coronavirus Pandemic, Research ShowsAmericans over 30 have been drinking more during the coronavirus pandemic compared to this time last year, and there could be consequences to their physical and mental health, researchers reported Tuesday.
Parents Of School-Aged Kids Drinking More During COVID-19 Pandemic, Maryland Researchers FindNew research suggests parents of school-aged kids are drinking more during the pandemic, Maryland researchers found.
Moderate Drinking May Improve Cognitive Health For Older Adults, Study SaysIf you enjoy a daily cocktail or some wine with dinner, you'll want to raise your glass to this: A new study found low to moderate drinking may improve cognitive function for White middle-aged or older adults.
Maryland Breweries, Wineries, Distilleries Can Serve Outdoors, Allow Third-Party Shipment Of Alcohol, Gov. Hogan SaysState-licensed manufacturers of alcohol, including breweries, wineries and distilleries, will now be allowed to serve alcoholic beverages in outdoor seating areas, consistent with the same Department of Health directives for restaurants and bars.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore County Temporarily Allows Establishments To Deliver Alcohol To CustomersCertain Baltimore County establishments will temporarily be allowed to deliver alcoholic beverages to citizens, in an effort to encourage social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Funeral Held For 15-Year-Old Trinity Brooks Killed By Alleged Drunk DriverMourners gathered for a funeral Tuesday morning for a 15-year-old Baltimore County girl who was killed last week by an alleged drunk driver.
Sheriff: Inmates Were Fermenting Vegetables To Make AlcoholAn Alabama sheriff says jail inmates were caught making some truly "disgusting" alcohol out of fermenting vegetables.
Secondhand Harms of Drinking Impact 1 In 5 Adults, Study SaysAbout one-fifth of adults in the United States have experienced some form of harm due to someone else's behavior while drinking.
People Are Sick Of Drinking, Investors Bet On The 'Sober Curious'The emergence of sober bars is one of the signals that investor Anu Duggal points to when talking about the trend of not drinking.
Family Dollar Stores To Begin Selling AlcoholThe discount store said it will be selling alcohol in 1000 of it's stores in an effort to boost sales.
Saturday Is National Wine DayThe most popular grape variety for wine is cabernet sauvignon, which is grown on 840,000 acres around the world.
British People Get Drunk More Often Than Anyone Else, Survey FindsBritish people get drunk more than any other nationality, according to a new global survey.