The Sheetz convenience store on Freedom Road has acquired a state license to sell beer and wine. Currently nearly half of the company's 500 stores nationwide sell alcoholic beverages. The Cranberry store's license, which was purchased at a public auction, had previously belonged to the Township's On The Border restaurant. Following the restaurant’s loss of its license, the permit was held for auction by the state’s Liquor Control Board and Sheetz was the highest bidder. Sheetz competitor Get-Go is currently selling beer. At its January 26 meeting, Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors accepted public testimony on the license transfer which would allow consumption on premises as well as takeout; local government acceptance of liquor license transfers is required by the state. Final action will be considered at the Board’s February 2 meeting. For more information, contact Planning and Development Services Director Ron Henshaw at email@example.com.