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Neighborhood that includes Gonzaga asks for alcohol restrictions

Logan neighborhood leaders are asking the city to consider limiting the sale of alcohol to curb problems related to public drunkenness. The proposal to create Spokane’s third alcohol impact area …


Downtown alcohol impact area designation up for state renewal

Spokane police hope the state Liquor Control Board will continue to ban the sale of certain high-alcohol beverages in the downtown area, though department data about its effectiveness is limited. …


Spokane police hope liquor board continues ban

Spokane police hope the state Liquor Control Board will continue to ban the sale of certain high-alcohol beverages in the downtown area, though department data about the ban’s effectiveness is …


Campaign fliers are mum on author

Dozens if not hundreds of fliers left on cars and doorsteps against Spokane City Councilwoman Nancy McLaughlin’s campaign for state Senate could violate state disclosure law. The black-and-white fliers that …


West Central council president survives recall

The West Central Neighborhood Council met Oct. 10 to, among other things, vote on whether to recall its president, Kelly Cruz. Cruz drew the anger and resentment of a group …


Alcohol impact area dropped

West Central store owners who feared they’d no longer be able to sell high-octane beer have gotten a reprieve. The Spokane City Council on Monday voted 4-3 to eliminate the …


Neighborhood council meeting has heated tone

The West Central Neighborhood Council wants its neighborhood out of the alcohol impact area. Though the neighborhood council previously supported being part of the voluntary AIA, where sales of single-serving …


Liquor board extends fortified beer limits to East Central

High-octane beers will soon be banned in yet another part of Spokane. Retailers in the East Central Neighborhood no longer will be permitted to sell certain fortified beers after this …


Officials to ban fortified beer in East Central

State liquor officials have decided to grant a request from the City of Spokane for a ban on certain high-alcohol beers in the East Central neighborhood.


Official: Downtown booze crackdown just shifted problem

With a bicycle at his disposal, Marcus Hayes will travel to stores in Hillyard, Spokane Valley, or just north of downtown to fill the orders of the residents on “the …


Ban sought on high-octane beer sales in East Central

Getting drunk in East Central could soon become more expensive. Spokane Mayor David Condon this week signed a petition asking the Washington State Liquor Control Board to ban the sale …


Liquor sales restricted in downtown Spokane

Thirty-two low-cost, high-alcohol beers and wines can no longer be sold in downtown Spokane beginning May 15. The state Liquor Control Board Wednesday approved a Spokane city request to establish …


Cheap beer, wine sales banned downtown starting May 15

More than 30 low-cost, high-alcohol beers and wines can no longer be sold in downtown Spokane beginning May 15.