Feinstein: Stadium Alcohol Is For Money, Not 'Fan Experience'UMD's announcement that alcohol would be sold at sporting events was met with cheers by many, and a collective eye-roll by others.
Retailers, Distributors Agree to Powdered Alcohol Ban in Md.Alcohol wholesalers and distributors in Maryland have agreed to a voluntary ban on the distribution and sale of powdered alcohol.
Maryland Alcohol Industry Making a ComebackThere are more and more local breweries and wineries in the D.C. area, working to satisfy consumers' preference to eat and drink local.
Tips on How to Pace Your Drinking at New Year's Eve PartyAs you break out the bottle of champagne and raise your glasses to ring in the new year, keep these tips in mind if you'd rather not start 2015 with a hangover.
U.Va. Looks at Alcohol as Factor in Sex AssaultsA University of Virginia board on Tuesday honed in on alcohol as a contributing factor in sexual assaults on campus, with one member calling for more aggressively enforcing the law banning underage drinking.
Va. Alcohol Board Approves Price IncreasesAttention, Christmas shoppers: If you're planning on buying a nice bottle of whiskey for that special someone on your list who already has enough tube socks, you have three weeks to do it before the price goes up.
When Does One Glass Of Wine Become One Glass Too Many?It's the way many women relax at the end of a busy day: having a nice glass of wine. But, when does when one glass become one glass too many?
Alcohol Sales up at Va. ABC Stores, Restaurants Virginians bought more alcohol in the state's beverage control stores and restaurants as the state agency again saw record sales in the last fiscal year.
U-Md. Student Government to Lobby For Sale of Alcohol at GamesThe student government association at the University of Maryland plans to lobby for the sale of alcohol at football and basketball games.
Alcohol Agents Destroy Illegal Moonshine Still in Va.The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control says it has destroyed an illegal moonshine still in Franklin County.
2 Alcohol Delivery Services Declared Legal in D.C. Two companies that partner with retailers to deliver alcoholic beverages in the District of Columbia have been declared legal by city regulators.
Virginia, U-Va. Student Settle ABC Lawsuit for $212,500 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.