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04/01/20

The Illinois Liquor Control Commission issued a statement on Monday in what they say is an effort to dispel rumors circulating that alcohol sales will be banned, due to COVID-19.

03/30/20

Workers said they are doing whatever they can to keep a sense of normalcy in Wisconsin amid the coronavirus pandemic.

03/30/20

So he added much-in-demand TP to items such as wine, meats, cheeses and paninis available for delivery, as well as curbside pickup at the five-year-old winery at 588 Medina Road (state Route 18)

03/27/20

Come one everyone we are almost there to 2,500 signatures. Take a moment out of your day to support the restaurant industry.

03/26/20

Chicago's Koval Distillery explain how they pivoted their production at the drop of a hat, ordering ingredients and supplies normally not kept on hand - hydrogen peroxide, glycerin, denatured alcohol - to manufacture and package hand sanitizer and studied the World Health Organization's guide outlining how to make hand sanitizer locally, safely and properly.

03/26/20

A man reported March 23 that his 89-year-old father, a resident of the city, may have been defrauded of as much as $300,000 over the past 18 months. He said his father was investing in a wine broker service out of Delaware. The son provided emails and bank transactions for police to investigate.

03/26/20

When Aaron Garza was dismissed this week from his job as a parts specialist at a Toyota dealership in Grand Rapids, Michigan, he joined a tidal wave of unemployed people swamping systems to help them and straining state finances to the breaking point.

03/23/20

One study estimated 4 million restaurant workers in the U.S. are at risk of losing their jobs in a matter of weeks

03/23/20

Instead of using "shelter in place," officials opted for the softer sounding phrase "stay at home" - "and I hope you think of it that way," Lightfoot said - though essentially they function in the same way.

03/20/20

SEEPEX is pleased to announce the promotion of Josh Donegia (Photo) to Product Manager. Josh joined SEEPEX over 3 years ago as a Sales and Marketing Analyst and has gained valuable insight into the progressive cavity market.

03/18/20

"This will especially aid those establishments that have stocked up on high-proof liquor ahead of the St. Patrick's Day holiday."

03/16/20

all restaurants and bars will close for the immediate future to help curb the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. All restaurants with delivery and carry-out options will remain open, DeWine said.

03/16/20

The order goes into effect 3 p.m. Monday, March 16. Residents are urged to use carry out or delivery options, but won't be allowed to eat at the establishments. Whitmer will hold a news conference later Monday morning to discuss details of this order.

03/16/20

Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Sunday that all bars and restaurants in Illinois will be closed to the public, beginning at close of business Monday through March 30. They will remain open for delivery, drive-through and curbside pick-up orders, the governor said.

03/13/20

We spoke with Steve Johnson, owner of Door 44 Winery, last spring when the winery had just opened the doors of its new location north of Sturgeon Bay, replacing its former location three miles south. Read on to learn more about Door 44's history, projects and aspirations.

03/13/20

The State of Michigan would generate between $1.7 million and 2.5 million dollars in tax revenue in the first year after implementation of a wine shipping bill currently in the legislature, according to the National Association of Wine Retailers (NAWR). Senate Bill 819 and its companion in the House, House Bill 5579, would allow wine shipments to Michigan residents from out-of-state wine retailers.

03/12/20

Winesellers Ltd., the family-owned, global importer and marketer of fine wines is proud to announce the introduction of Sea Pearl Sauvignon Blanc in 250ml cans (SRP $10.99/2-pack).

03/12/20

The grants total more than $400,000. The funding is the largest annual research contribution from the MCBC.

03/11/20

I am proud to announce that I will be involved in the 6th Circuit wine retailer shipping case, Lebamoff v. Snyder, as an amicus party.

03/11/20

This year marks the festival's 30th anniversary. Each year, the wine festival attracts hundreds of global and local wineries, all while benefiting dozens of local charities.

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