An ordinance that would legalize Sunday alcohol sales at Shepherdsville restaurants will be introduced in the city council meeting Monday.
Shepherdsville residents will have a chance this week to vote on Sunday alcohol sales at restaurants. But the vote itself won’t change any laws.
A program that gave a portion of alcohol sales to Kentucky Harvest is being renewed and expanded.
A lobbying organization in Indiana wants to expand the availability of cold beer.
Attempts by smokers to stock up on cigarettes before new taxes take effect on April 1st have been thwarted by a national increase in prices by tobacco companies.
Starting April 1st, Kentuckians will pay sales tax on alcohol and thirty cents more for a pack cigarettes. The price increases have some retailers worried.
Some local liquor store owners are opposing a renewed effort to expand wine sales into certain Kentucky grocery stores.
Old Town Wine and Spirits owner Gordon Jackson talks about blue laws with WFPL’s Gabe Bullard.
Seventy-five years after the repeal of Prohibition, nearly half of Kentucky is dry. In many areas where alcohol can be sold, so-called blue laws prohibit the sale of spirits on Sundays.
The Shepherdsville, Kentucky city council will hold a special meeting Monday evening to vote on a proposal to legalize Sunday alcohol sales.