WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | Bartenders, servers and liquor store clerks gathered Tuesday at the Porter County Expo Center to learn how to balance responsibility with the ability to make money.
Sip by sip, Indiana seems poised to step out of the Dark Ages when it comes to laws governing the sale and consumption of alcohol.
Alcohol and water don't mix well, at least when the water isn't in a glass. Yet drunken boating continues to be a problem.
UNION TOWNSHIP | A 12-year-old girl was hospitalized and a 19-year-old man arrested following an apparent underage drinking party Thursday morning.
The convenience store industry, having been thwarted repeatedly in its lobbying efforts, is asking the courts to change state law restricting the sales of cold beer to package liquor stores. This is a restriction that should remain in place.
Isn’t it time Indiana crawled out of the Dark Ages when it comes to liquor laws?
When Indiana went blue and voted for Barack Obama four years ago, I thought the state had crawled out of the Dark Ages.
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