Drinking Will Soon Be Allowed On Atlantic City Boardwalk During Coronavirus Closures

You're now able to enjoy your cocktails on the boardwalk after an executive order was signed allowing public consumption.

 

With Bars Still Shuttered By Coronavirus, Jersey Shore Town Ok’s Public Drinking In Some Areas

People will be allowed to drink at tables and chairs placed in the public right of way adjacent to bars and restaurants.

 

Stop Using Our Vodka To Make Hand Sanitizer, Major Brand Begs Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Is vodka even strong enough to kill the virus?

 

Grabbing A Drink At Small Theaters Will Now Be Legal In N.j.

Gov. Phil Murphy signed the bill into law Tuesday.

 
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Hunterdon Celebrates September With Salsa Dancing, Wine Tasting And More

The month is alive with all sorts of activities for kids, adults, businesses and more.

 

The Triumphant Wines And Vines Of Hunterdon County

Analyzing the success of New Jersey wines through the lens of four vineyard & winery businesses in Hunterdon County.

 

Vintage Photos Of N.j. Summer Fun In The Water

 

2 Marijuana Powerhouses Are Entering N.j. Market. What Will That Mean For Mom-and-pop Weed Sellers After Legalization?

Canopy Growth and Harvest Health are among the international and multi-state cannabis companies looking to enter the Garden State.

 

Alcoholic Beverage Industry On The Rise Locally

Two producers of hard cider are located in Hunterdon. Both make ciders from apples grown locally, and the ciders are widely available at stores throughout the region.

 

Beneduce Vineyards Hosting Hunterdon Farmer-business Picnic

ALEXANDRIA TWP. -- Beneduce Vineyards, near Pittstown, is the site of the 2018 Farmer-Business Picnic of the Hunterdon County Board of Agriculture. The event, open to anybody who buys a ticket, includ

 
 
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