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05/05/15

The Science of Wine event is set to return to Orlando Science Center on Saturday. The fundraiser includes the chance to sample from more than 100 wines from around the world and presentations about wine growing and wine tasting.

05/05/15

Hillsborough County is set to go after a Plant City winery owner for legal fees spent successfully defending Commissioner Al Higginbotham against an ethics complaint

05/05/15

which allows certain third-party companies to deliver packaged alcohol from a licensed retailer to a customer

05/04/15

Some Lancaster County retailers say South Carolina needs uniform, statewide rules for selling beer and wine on Sundays after more than 60 businesses were recently warned about selling the beverages on Sundays

05/04/15

Beat the Clock, Sink or Swim, Bladder Buster, and Penny 'till you Pee

05/04/15

in Capitol Riverfront in Southeast

05/04/15

panel appointed by Virginia's governor to examine the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Department's law enforcement activities is set to conduct its first meeting

05/01/15

According to the Baltimore Sun, it all started with a student-led proposal. After getting endorsed by the a council of faculty members it is now at the desk of school president Wallace D. Loh. Loh is not going to be made available for interviews until the conclusion of the public comment period for the school, which ends Friday.

05/01/15

Steve Machiz smiled broadly as he and friends fulfilled a six-year-old promise Thursday

05/01/15

The new winery will be located adjacent to Barefoot Landing and Alligator Adventure on U.S. 17.

04/30/15

Step Up For Students helps administer the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program, which provides scholarships to qualified low-income K-12 schoolchildren throughout Florida

04/30/15

Although North Carolina's craft beer gets plenty of accolades for quality and growth, the state's wine industry is experiencing success of its own - See more at: http://www.publicnewsservice.org/2015-04-29/consumer-issues/pop-the-cork-nc-wine-industry-plans-for-growth/a45977-1#sthash.OCns29ET.dpuf

04/27/15

Drivers in the D.C. area may have their breath checked for alcohol consumption without even knowing it

04/24/15

Tony Parnigoni remembers standing on the hillside of his Verona property, surveying the overgrown farmland and imagining his winery and vineyards taking shape.

04/23/15

Legislation that would allow Pennsylvanians to purchase wine directly from wineries in or out of state passed a committee Wednesday on its way to the full House.

04/22/15

Recently registered for use in California and Florida, Fracture fungicide from FMC is a new broad spectrum, biological fungicide, which is labeled for the prevention and control of powdery mildew, botrytis and brown rot blossom blight.

04/22/15

Authorities recover more than $100,000 in stolen bourbon

04/22/15

The shake-up of law enforcement leadership at ABC on Monday carries out an executive order Gov. Terry McAuliffe issued on March 25 to require the law enforcement bureau to report directly to the chief operating officer, who runs the lucrative state liquor monopoly

04/21/15

"What I'm eyeing are those cotton acres on the water-rich right side of the map-the Mississippi Delta states Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Tennessee, and Louisiana, along with the Carolinas, Alabama, and Georgia to the east."

04/21/15

In a meeting Friday, ethics commissioners voted unanimously that no probable cause could be found to substantiate charges against Higginbotham in a complaint filed by Joe Keel, owner of Keel and Curley Winery. The commission also cleared Ray Young, a former member of the city-county Planning Commission, of ethical violations alleged by Keel.

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