ROCKPORT, Mass. (AP) – The Massachusetts resort town, which has been dry for 162 years, allows alcohol sales in stores.
The Gloucester Times reported that Whistlestop Market owner Jay Smith said it would take several weeks before the store could store beer and wine.
Don Campbell, from board of voters Rockport residents go to other communities to buy alcoholic beverages, and they need to be able to buy alcohol in the city.
Rockport's restaurants have the right to sell beer and wine since 2006.