The license board renewed the town's various alcohol licenses Tuesday.
In the midst of both the holiday and annual alcohol license renewal seasons, Braintree officials Tuesday sought to spread a message of responsible drinking to residents and business owners. The Board of License Commissioners voted unanimously, with Fire Chief Kevin Murphy absent, to approve one-year renewals for every business and organization holding an alcohol license in Braintree, contingent on any necessary paperwork or payments being made to the town. Three license holders still owe taxes, Licensing Coordinator Annette McLaughlin said. As of Tuesday's renewal process, 30 restaurants, one hotel and six clubs held all-alcohol licenses, six establishments held wine & malt common victualler licenses, six held all-alcohol package goods …
The HERO Campaign, which has a partnership with the Kraft Organization and the Patriots, is dedicated to saving lives on the roads by encouraging people to “Be a HERO, be a designated driver."
Friday, June 29, 2012
The Finish at the 50 road race that ends at midfield at Gillette Stadium July 3 is including the HERO Campaign among the charities it supports this year, according to Norfolk DA Michael W. Morrissey. The 5K, 10K and Kid’s Run are part of an all-day event starting at noon with children’s activities around Patriot Place and the stadium and ending with fireworks at 9 p.m. The Kid’s Run, which also ends at the 50-yard line, begins at 3 p.m.; the adult races start at 6 p.m. “When runners register on line, they can choose from a small list of charities that will benefit from their registration fees,” District Attorney Morrissey said. “I will be there with the parents of Ensign John R. Elliott, for whom the Foundation that drives the HERO …