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  • CVS plans to rebuild as Baltimore works to help riot-torn businesses

    CVS plans to rebuild as Baltimore works to help riot-torn businesses
    CVS Health said Monday it remains committed to Baltimore and plans to rebuild as the city launched a website designed to help businesses reopen. Looted and burned, the CVS store at Pennsylvania and North avenues was one of more than 235 businesses...
  • Readers weigh in on Baltimore's strife: Letters

    Readers weigh in on Baltimore's strife: Letters
    Unfair to the whole As I viewed and read the media coverage of the tragic death of Freddie Gray and the ensuing riots, I felt an overwhelming sense that many Americans — both white and black — as well as people around the world saw this as...
  • Pictures in the News | April 28, 2015

     
    Tuesday's Pictures in the News begins on the East Coast, where people start cleaning up outside of a CVS pharmacy in Baltimore after the pharmacy was set on fire in the wake of protests for the death of Freddie Gray. Gray's death has sparked protests that...
  • Rebuilding Baltimore can't begin until blight is cleared

    BALTIMORE — This city needs to be built up again, but first a lot of it ought to be torn down. There has been much talk, following Monday's night of rage, about the social maladies that afflict this city. One of the most visible should also be one...
  • In Baltimore, riots appear where urban renewal didn't

    In Baltimore, riots appear where urban renewal didn't
    Tanishia Lewis and her young children were filling trash bags in a parking lot Tuesday morning, joining others who hoped to quickly erase the scars left by rioters. But the problems in her West Baltimore neighborhood run much deeper than a night of...
  • May 2 Letters: Baltimore, Parkinson's disease

    Matters of opinion It amazes me to see how quickly some people pass judgment on others. In reading the April 29 Opinion section of the Daily Press, I noticed that a letter writer referred to the residents as low lifes for looting the CVS Pharmacy in...
  • Residents whose pharmacies were damaged can call 311 for assistance

    Residents whose pharmacies were damaged can call 311 for assistance
    Residents whose pharmacies were damaged in recent protests can call 311 to learn where they can have their prescriptions, city health officials said. Ten retail pharmacies were closed, including two CVS stores that burned, and eight Rite Aids that...
  • Man found dead in tractor trailer near burned CVS

    Man found dead in tractor trailer near burned CVS
    A 51-year-old man was found dead in the cab of a tractor trailer, about a block away from where a crowd of police, protesters and reporters gathered just before the citywide curfew went into effect Thursday night, police said. The man was not...
  • CVS still deciding whether to reopen riot-damaged buildings

    CVS still deciding whether to reopen riot-damaged buildings
    CVS officials have not yet decided whether to reopen two stores that were badly damaged in Monday's riots, including the location at North and Pennsylvania avenues that was torched and looted. Employees at the stores are working at other CVS locations...
  • Curfew continues despite objections, calm

    Curfew continues despite objections, calm
    As protests over the death of Freddie Gray continued without major incident and Baltimore police announced an early conclusion to their investigation, civil rights activists and restaurants angled to get the curfew lifted. The American Civil Liberties...
  • Homer Glen mayor trailing challenger, New Lenox mayor with lead

    Homer Glen mayor trailing challenger, New Lenox mayor with lead
    Two mayors in neighboring towns were both seeking a third term in Tuesday's election, but only one appeared victorious. After a contentious campaign, Homer Glen Trustee George Yukich seemed to have ousted Mayor Jim Daley Jr., as he and his running mates...