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The state Liquor Authority has suspended the liquor license of a Lockport bar that was discovered serving drinks on-site in violation of rules put in place to limit the spread of Covid-19. The authority on Wednesday summarily suspended the license of Mr. Quiggley’s Dead Dog Saloon after Lockport police and city building inspectors say they found customers inside the

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The Standard Modern Steakhouse and Oyster Bar has closed after authorities said that its liquor license was misused. On Feb. 7, license holder Sean Macaluso received a State Liquor Authority notice saying that Kevin O’Connell Jr., “a person not authorized by the State Liquor Authority, to avail itself of the license privilege from on or about Dec. 1, 2019,”

An 18-year-old employee of a Lewiston convenience store was arrested Wednesday after she was accused of selling alcohol to a minor, according to the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office. Twenty convenience stores were checked as part of an underage alcohol enforcement detail, conducted between 4 and 8 p.m. Wednesday throughout Niagara County by the Sheriff’s Office, State Police and the

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