ANNAPOLIS — Poised to allow Marylanders to receive wine shipments from winemakers, the General Assembly faces the prospect of grappling with the same issue next year as advocates seek an expanded shipping law. Compromise legislation passed key Senate and House ...Read More »
Several bills have been introduced into the General Assembly that would weaken the stranglehold that the three-tier alcohol distribution system has on wine sales to Marylanders. The bills would allow direct shipment of wine to Marylanders to varying degrees. We ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Representatives of Maryland wineries and retailers told a pair of General Assembly committees Friday that direct shipping of wine to consumers will help them stay in business, while doing little to harm mom-and-pop liquor stores. Advocates of shipping ...Read More »
HEALDSBURG, Calif. — The chic wine country town of Healdsburg has a little secret. Fine wine is just the beginning of the attractions on tap here. Poke around antique shops, eat at a Michelin-starred restaurant, float down a lazy river ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Legislation that would allow Marylanders to receive shipments of wine is headed for another tug-of-war between the alcohol industry and consumers who want more choices when choosing their vino. Some key lawmakers say the bill would hurt in-state ...Read More »
UM fires coach over empty seats The University of Maryland, College Park fired its football coach, Ralph Friedgen, on Monday, even though the team will play next week in the Military Bowl and the school is obligated to pay him $2 ...
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