The liquor board's chairman cited the soft economy for his decision to keep prices on booze as is.
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There really isn't any good news to report about the LCB's dismal, costly and potentially life-threatening experiment.
Plus: Walgreens and Wegmans spar over the letter "W"; and Cleveland bans smoking and trans fats, all in our morning news roundup.
The critically panned program will begin testing sales of spirits in the months to come.
In the latest round of drama, the state's Chairman of the Senate Law and Justice Committee says change is good, but privatization is too ambitious.
Plus: Frankford neighbors rally to shut down a nuisance bar; and Bon Jovi gears up to open his own restaurant, all in our roundup of neighborhood news.
Per capita consumption of alcohol jumped in states where liquor sales were privatized.
The push to privatize started with a failed attempt to but Bailey's Irish Cream.
The move sends a message to voters that the governor is clueless in his quest to privatize the state's liquor stores.
Someone should've threatened to ax the LCB decades ago.
Those opposed to privatization believe jobs should come first.
PA House Leader Wants the State’s Liquor Stores Sold By May; UK Expert: Fruits and Vegetables Are ‘Pretty Useless’
Plus: World cocoa prices are going up; and as food prices continue to climb, discount grocers rapidly expand, all in our morning news roundup.
With the last of the red tape out of his way, Stollenwerk expects to open his long delayed restaurant in about two weeks.
Plus wonky weather could drive up food costs, and an organic vending industry is growing, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus eggs are great for hangovers, and Kroger issues a recall on pet in food in 19 states, all in out morning news roundup.
Philadelphia's new Fine Wine and Good Spirits store is LCB's way of thumbing its nose at Corbett.