MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Shoppers at a Wegmans Food Markets here were in good spirits despite the inability to purchase wine this holiday season. “We haven't had any complaints from customers at all,” store manager Bob Finn told SN. The store's self-serve wine machine is one of about 30 Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board kiosks that have been out of commission since Dec. 22. The PLCB decided to temporarily pull the plug on the machines that act as satellite PLCB stores, due to a glitch that ...

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