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Since launching in Boston last year, Drizly, the alcohol delivery app, has expanded its services to Manhattan and Brooklyn, and, just last week, to Chicago and the Hamptons as well.  

Last week, the company also announced that it had raised $2.5 million to complete a $4.8 million seed round on funding. Part of that announcement was the news that Drizly was targeting Los Angeles as the next location that it wanted to launch its service. More →

Mayor Martin J. Walsh signed an executive order Monday night to make the city’s data — information such as restaurant inspections, crime statistics, emergency response times, and liquor licenses — accessible to the public and published online for software developers to create web pages and mobile applications.More →