Two companies that partner with retailers to deliver alcoholic beverages in the District of Columbia have been declared legal by city regulators.
Virginia’s attorney general says a $212,500 settlement has been reached with a University of Virginia student who was arrested after her purchase of water was mistaken for beer.
What guilty pleasures are young people spending their money on? Alcohol, caffeine and junk food, according to a new report.
New Hampshire is assuring residents of the nation’s capital that they can purchase alcohol in the state despite a law that suggests otherwise. But cigarettes? Maybe not.
The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control is celebrating the opening of its newest store that features a new design that’s intended to be more shopper-friendly.
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How strong is that pina colada? Depending on how it’s made, it could contain as much alcohol as two glasses of wine.
A new study from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) finds excessive drinking accounts for nearly 1 in 10 deaths.
According to a new study, kids who were “cool” in middle school may not stay popular when they reach their adult lives.
An alcohol delivery service that launched last week in D.C. now says it will serve the entire city after being criticized by local officials and prospective customers.