HOMEWOOD, Ala. — State regulators have suspended the alcohol license of a Birmingham-area bar over alleged violations of the state's pandemic health order in what an official described as the first such case under COVID-19 rules.
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Stone Bridge Farms cut the ribbon on its newest addition this week, a sprawling restaurant and speakeasy-style bar that brought local officials and business leaders out for a first tour of the newest entry in Cullman’s growing dining scene.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Alabama alcohol regulators voted Tuesday to lift restrictions on operating hours for bars and restaurants that were imposed in the summer to stem the spread of the new coronavirus and adopted new rules written in conjunction with the businesses.
The Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board today approved an emergency order that limits the hours of operations for restaurants, bars and other entities that sell alcohol.
Organized celebrations for the July 4th holiday will be muted this year, thanks to unwelcome interference from the coronavirus pandemic.
Shutting down restaurants and entertainment venues for the two-month duration of a pandemic may have played havoc with the national economy, but at least there’s one place that didn’t suffer while people across Cullman County hunkered down and weathered the governor’s coronavirus stay-home order.
HANCEVILLE — A pandemic-avoiding schedule change to Hanceville’s other summer concerts isn’t derailing Confederate Railroad’s September date with local fans.
Music fans won’t have to go far this weekend to enjoy an outdoor concert from one of the most durable and well-followed regional groups around, as the Hanceville Summer Concert Series rolls along with The Natchez Trace Band.