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York Daily Record
Weis pushes into wine marketalready possess restaurant or hotel beer licenses to apply for an additional pe
Weis pushes into wine market
York Daily Record / Posted yesterday
already possess restaurant or hotel beer licenses to apply for an additional permit to sell wine, said Elizabeth Brassell, Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board spokeswoman. In York County, Giant in Springettsbury Township began selling wine in... Read more
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York Daily Record
Cobblestone's owner files for bankruptcy, finds buyerassets — more than 20 televisions, nine pool tables as well as various bar and
Cobblestone's owner files for bankruptcy, finds buyer
York Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
assets — more than 20 televisions, nine pool tables as well as various bar and restaurant amenities — and a letter from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board explaining why the liquor license transfer could not be approved. The transfer is... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Appoints New Executive DirectorCharlie Mooney to take new leadership role Nov. 5 Harrisburg – The Pennsylvani
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Appoints New Executive Director
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 4 days ago
Charlie Mooney to take new leadership role Nov. 5 Harrisburg – The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) today announced the appointment of Charlie Mooney, a 37-year agency veteran who has been instrumental in implementing changes to the agency... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Local communities to share $2.5M in PLCB licensing fee moneyArticle Tools The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has returned almost $2.5 m
Local communities to share $2.5M in PLCB licensing fee money
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 7 days ago
Article Tools The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has returned almost $2.5 million in licensing fees to 1,462 municipalities in which licensees are located. Twice a year, as required by law, the PLCB returns the fees to the municipalities, which... Read more
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The Morning Call
Which wines will supermarket shoppers see?best-sellers that are already on the shelves at larger state-owned Fine Wine &
Which wines will supermarket shoppers see?
The Morning Call / Posted 9 days ago
best-sellers that are already on the shelves at larger state-owned Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores. "We are talking to the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. We are getting the lay of the land in terms of what customers are looking for, what is... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Pa Liquor Control Board returns nearly $2.5 million in licensing fees to local communitiesHARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) today announced
Pa Liquor Control Board returns nearly $2.5 million in licensing fees to local communities
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 9 days ago
HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) today announced the return of almost $2.5 million in licensing fees to 1,462 municipalities in which licensees are located. Twice a year, as required by law, the PLCB returns liquor... Read more
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The Brown and White
Raised from the dead: Pennsylvania selling 'zombie' licensesrestoring the licenses to active status. An alcohol-reform law signed by Democ
Raised from the dead: Pennsylvania selling 'zombie' licenses
The Brown and White / Posted 10 days ago
restoring the licenses to active status. An alcohol-reform law signed by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf in June allows the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to auction the licenses for a minimum bid of $25,000. Licenses in the Pittsburgh area are... Read more
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Philly.com
Pa. to auction off 'zombie' liquor licensesDelaware, Lancaster, Lehigh, and Montgomery Counties, and one license in Bucks
Pa. to auction off 'zombie' liquor licenses
Philly.com / Posted 11 days ago
Delaware, Lancaster, Lehigh, and Montgomery Counties, and one license in Bucks County are among those being auctioned. The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board decided to cap the initial auction at 40 licenses as a test. Four "zombie" licenses being... Read more
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The Morning Call
Pa. to auction off first batch of restaurant liquor licenses. Will it lower prices?"It didn't seem like it made since to buy a license yet." To try to rein in es
Pa. to auction off first batch of restaurant liquor licenses. Will it lower prices?
The Morning Call / Posted 11 days ago
"It didn't seem like it made since to buy a license yet." To try to rein in escalating liquor license prices, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board said Tuesday it is now accepting bids for 40 expired restaurant liquor licenses across 21... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
PLCB now accepting bids for first auction of expired restaurant licensesHARRISBURG, Pa.– The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) today issued an i
PLCB now accepting bids for first auction of expired restaurant licenses
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 11 days ago
HARRISBURG, Pa.– The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) today issued an invitation for bids to award 40 expired restaurant licenses in the initial license auction authorized by Act 39 of 2016. This is the first time since Prohibition that a new... Read more
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York Daily Record
Holy Hound Bottle Shop opensto be sold in 64 oz. growlers. In addition, the store will be allowed to sell
Holy Hound Bottle Shop opens
York Daily Record / Posted 16 days ago
to be sold in 64 oz. growlers. In addition, the store will be allowed to sell wine after being granted a permit from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board last month. Holy Hound manager Brad Hash said the store will not immediately sell wine, but... Read more
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York Daily Record
Hummingbird Ridge Winery up for salefrom 64 in 2000 to 221 in 2014, according to a report from the Pennsylvania Win
Hummingbird Ridge Winery up for sale
York Daily Record / Posted 17 days ago
from 64 in 2000 to 221 in 2014, according to a report from the Pennsylvania Winery Association, which used data from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. But Eckinger acknowledges the time commitment required to run a winery is "intense." For... Read more
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York Daily Record
Figuring York County: What's your favorite drink?liquor stores in York County. The list is heavy on whiskey, rum and vodka, but
Figuring York County: What's your favorite drink?
York Daily Record / Posted 18 days ago
liquor stores in York County. The list is heavy on whiskey, rum and vodka, but some of the other items might surprise you. Here's the list, which comes from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. Read or Share this story: http://on-ydr.co/2c... Read more
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The Morning Call
Politics as Usualfine citizens of this commonwealth consumed $2.43 billion worth of alcohol as m
Politics as Usual
The Morning Call / Posted 21 days ago
fine citizens of this commonwealth consumed $2.43 billion worth of alcohol as measured in liquor and sales taxes by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. That's $94.8 million or 4.1 percent more than the previous year. And that sets a new state... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Gov. Wolf buys Yuengling, first bottle of wine at Wegmanssale of liquor, wine and beer in order to bring Pennsylvania’s wine and spirits
Gov. Wolf buys Yuengling, first bottle of wine at Wegmans
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
sale of liquor, wine and beer in order to bring Pennsylvania’s wine and spirits system into the 21st century. I applaud the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board and Wegmans for working together to enhance the customer experience by providing greater... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Area establishments cited for liquor violationsOfficer James Salmon, the Inn's liquor license owner had sold the license in Fe
Area establishments cited for liquor violations
Altoona Mirror / Posted 23 days ago
Officer James Salmon, the Inn's liquor license owner had sold the license in February 2013 but had failed to notify the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board for about three and a half years. "The person on record as the owner actually doesn't have... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Joseph J. Capparella graduate of West Hazleton High School and was active in their reunion committ
Joseph J. Capparell
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 23 days ago
a graduate of West Hazleton High School and was active in their reunion committees. Prior to retiring, he worked for the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. Joseph was very active in local sports and was a coach and official at various levels of... Read more
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York Daily Record
The Downtown Lounge is up for saleafter gunshots were fired outside the bar. Woofer Magoo’s, 605 Cumberland St.,
The Downtown Lounge is up for sale
York Daily Record / Posted 30 days ago
after gunshots were fired outside the bar. Woofer Magoo’s, 605 Cumberland St., Lebanon, closed its doors in 2014 after the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) refused to renew their liquor license. After 37 years, The Downtown Lounge owner... Read more

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