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  • ´It's just nowhere.' Charlotte restaurants, ABC stores scramble to fill liquor shortage
    document date 07-16-2021
    Source: BY CATHERINE MUCCIGROSSO JULY 15, 2021 03:24 PM
  • Liquor shortage impacts Charlotte restaurants, bars as owners struggle with low supply
    document date 07-16-2021
    Source: WBTV By Paige Pauroso Published: Jul. 15, 2021 at 5:12 PM EDT
  • 'It's really just a nightmare' | Liquor shortage impacting Charlotte restaurants and bars
    document date 07-16-2021
    Source: WCNC-TV Author: Lexi Wilson (WCNC) Published: 7:30 PM EDT July 15, 2021 Updated: 8:05 PM EDT July 15, 2021
  • ABC Law Enforcement Agencies announce COVID-19 education and enforcement
    document date 08-29-2020
    Source: WCNC, August 29, 2020
  • ABC officers pay surprise visits to restaurants to ensure COVID compliance
    document date 08-07-2020
    Source: WSOC-TV, August, 7 2020
  • ABC Stores in Mecklenburg County Returning to Normal Hours
    document date 06-17-2020
    Source: Staff, Spectrum News Charlotte, June 17, 2020
  • Starting today, all Mecklenburg ABC stores are resuming normal hours (10-9 Monday-Saturday) and will increase in-store shopping capacity to 10 customers at a time
    document date 06-16-2020
    Source: Katie Peralta, The Charlotte Agenda, June 16, 2020
  • Coronavirus in the Carolinas: Raleigh takes step toward requiring face masks- ABC stores in Mecklenburg County return to normal hours, increase customer capacity
    document date 06-16-2020
    Source: WSOCTV.com News Staff, June 16, 2020
  • Mecklenburg County ABC launches $1M buyback program to assist restaurants, bars
    document date 04-15-2020
    Source: Jennifer Thomas, Charlotte Business Journal, April 15, 2020
  • Mecklenburg bars, restaurants get aid for lost alcohol sales from $1 million program
    document date 04-14-2020
    Source: Catherine Muccigrosso, The Charlotte Observer, April 14, 2020
  • Why the state considers buying booze 'essential' during the coronavirus outbreak
    document date 04-08-2020
    Source: Katie Peralta, The Charlotte Agenda, April 8, 2020
  • Senior hour at the liquor store? Now happening in Mecklenburg County.
    document date 04-05-2020
    Source: Catherine Muccigrosso, WBTV, April 5, 2020
  • Liquor sales spike at Mecklenburg ABC stores as bars, restaurants closed over pandemic
    document date 04-03-2020
    Source: Catherine Muccigrosso, The Charlotte Observer, April 3, 2020
  • Yes, liquor stores are ´essential' and open in Mecklenburg County during coronavirus
    document date 03-27-2020
    Source: Catherine Muccigrosso, The Charlotte Observer, March 27, 2020
  • Why ABC Liquor Stores are Considered Essential
    document date 03-26-2020
    Source: Kari Beal, Spectrum News Charlotte, March 26, 2020

Press Releases17 documents

  • MECKLENBURG COUNTY ABC BOARD ANNOUNCES GRANT AWARD RECIPIENTS
    document date 07-26-2021
    Community Health and Wellness Grant Program invests nearly $800k into 17 local non-profit organizations
  • Media Release-COVID-19 Related Supply Chain Disruptions-Low Spirituous Liquor Product Availability
    document date 07-16-2021
  • Mecklenburg County ABC Board Celebrates  MoRA Community ABC Store Opening
    document date 06-22-2021
  • Media Release: Mecklenburg County Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board FY 2022 Community Health & Wellness Grant Program Opens to Non-profit Applicants March 1st
    document date 02-23-2021
  • Mecklenburg County Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board to Restore Normal Business Hours & Continue In-Store Shopping with 25 Customers at a Time
    document date 02-22-2021
    The Mecklenburg County Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board, announced that effective Saturday, February 27th, all store operating hours will return to normal, Monday through Saturday, from 10 a.m.- 9 p.m. Stores will continue to allow twenty-five (25) retail customers at a time  to shop among the aisles to make their selections
  • MeckHope Connects Community to Mental Health and Drug/Alcohol-Related Support During COVID-19
    document date 12-24-2020
    Collaborative initiative brings urgent and preventive mental health and drug/alcohol-related services to Mecklenburg County residents
  • Mecklenburg County Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board to Temporarily Modify Store Hours in Response to COVID-19 Challenges
    document date 12-18-2020
  • ABC Law Enforcement Agencies Announce COVID-19 Education & Enforcement Local Joint Cooperative Understanding
    document date 08-29-2020
  • Mecklenburg County ABC Board announces Re-opening of Renovated N. Graham Street Store
    document date 08-24-2020
  • Mecklenburg County ABC Board announces Huntersville store relocation
    document date 07-23-2020
  • Mecklenburg County ABC Board stores will be closed Saturday, July 4th  in observance of Independence Day
    document date 06-26-2020
  • Mecklenburg County Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board to Restore Normal Business Hours & Increase In-Store Shopping to 10 Customers at a Time
    document date 06-16-2020
  • Mecklenburg County Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board Awards $750,000 to Area Nonprofits for FY 2021
    document date 06-16-2020
  • Mecklenburg County Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board Announces Keva Walton as New Chief Executive Officer
    document date 04-14-2020
  • ABC Board Announces Liquor Buyback Program Economic Relief Measure To Support Restaurant And Bar Customers Hit By Pandemic
    document date 04-14-2020
  • Mecklenburg County Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board to Temporarily Modify Store Hours & Shopping Experience in Response to Coronavirus Outbreak
    document date 03-19-2020
  • Mecklenburg County ABC Board Distributes An Additional $1 Million To The County, City, & Library
    document date 02-13-2020