Skip to main content

Tewksbury Liquor Stores To Get A Sunday Boost

Jul 27, 2014 09:31PM ● Published by State House News

Gov. Deval Patrick on Wednesday signed a bill allowing retail liquor stores to start selling alcohol at 10 a.m. on Sunday instead of noon.
The legislation (H 228) was approved by the House in March and passed the Senate last week.
Rep. Elizabeth Poirier (R-North Attleborough), one of the bill�s supporters, said in March that the earlier start time will provide an economic boost, helping game-day tailgaters and Massachusetts retailers who are near the borders of Rhode Island and New Hampshire. Liquor sales were allowed statewide on Sundays starting in November 2003.
A Patrick spokeswoman said the bill did not include an emergency preamble and will therefore take effect in 90 days. 
Follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/yourtewksburytoday/ Follow us on Twitter at @TewksburyToday Follow us on Instagram at YourTewksburyToday
Business, Today business liquor stores package stores blue laws

It looks like we don't have any events for this date. You can always add an event.

  • Tap Dancing with Val

    12/14/2017
    08:45AM — 09:30AM

    A fun, beginner level tap class that works on rhythm and basic tap steps put to upbeat music from...


It looks like we don't have any events for this date. You can always add an event.

  • Troop 49 Meeting

    12/19/2017
    07:00PM — 08:30PM

    Troop 49 meets weekly from 7-8:30 on Tuesday nights in St. Williams Parish Center, 1351 Main Stre...