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  • Capital BlueCross banned from enrolling new Medicare members

    Capital BlueCross banned from enrolling new Medicare members
    Federal authorities have banned Capital BlueCross from enrolling new customers into its Medicare plans, saying the health insurance company denied some seniors coverage for emergency services and access to prescription drugs, and overcharged about 3,000...
  • Glendale police warn public of phone scam

    Police are warning about a phone scam that has bilked a Glendale man out of $11,500 after he received a call from someone posing as an immigration agent threatening jail time. In the past few weeks, authorities have said scammers have been calling and...
  • Executive pay is an insult to working families

    Executive pay is an insult to working families
    Memorial Day is in the rear-view mirror, but here's one more thing to remember: American chief executives make too darn much money. I'm not saying that you shouldn't reward a person for a job well done. But many CEOs now pull down so much more than...
  • Simple changes can ease eyestrain from tablets, phones and computers

    Source: Cleveland Clinic whatdoctorsknow.com The eyes have it -- strain, that is. As our enthusiasm for using computers, tablets and phones grows, our eyes are paying the price. Upwards of 90 percent of computer and device users experience a problem so...
  • Mom Creates Custom-Designed Invitations To Set Right Tone For Any Party

    Mom Creates Custom-Designed Invitations To Set Right Tone For Any Party
    It's 11 p.m. the night before Father's Day or a graduation. What are you going to do? Head to a Kodak kiosk at a CVS or Target store, upload a picture and personalized card right then and there. "It's a great way to be able to use all those photos sitting...
  • Workers work, CEOS get paid

    David Lazarus' framing of the CEO-worker pay gap allows us to see clearly an egregious error in thinking: How exactly does the chief executive demonstrate his worth? ("Executive pay is an insult to working families," Column, May 26) A CEO is often...
  • MinuteClinic offers walk-up care for basics

    MinuteClinic offers walk-up care for basics
    MinuteClinics are springing up in CVS retail stores at the rate of 150 a year across the country. The first one on the Peninsula opened in Hampton in mid-May and will be followed by additional locations in Newport News and Williamsburg within the month....
  • Police pursuit ends with arrest in Glendale

    Two alleged burglars were arrested Thursday after leading police on a pursuit through Los Angeles that ended shortly after a hit-and-run crash in Glendale, authorities said. At 12:20 p.m., police got a call about a man, 29-year-old Elvis Kazaryan, who...
  • Williams starts new industrial building

    Orlando-based Williams Co. Southeast has broken ground for Prologis' 124,000-square-foot Building 600, a distribution center at Beltway Commerce Center in Orlando. "I think the big deal here is that the industrial market is back," said Williams...
  • Around Town: Seeing an early end to summer

    Summer ended early in the Foothills. In order to accommodate lengthy “winter breaks” and teacher in-service days, public schools across the nation have moved their start date up to mid-August. The back-to-school calendars are in flux. Most...
  • Wethersfield Gets Funding For New Bus Shelters

     Wethersfield Gets Funding For New Bus Shelters
    WETHERSFIELD -- The planning and zoning commission this week unanimously approved plans for nine new bus shelters, most of them to replace existing shelters. The new shelters come after more than a decade of discussions with CTTransit on what to do...