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  • Manchester PZC Delays Decision On Gateway Parcel

    Manchester PZC Delays Decision On Gateway Parcel
    MANCHESTER — Not satisfied with a revised proposal to develop a parcel that serves as a gateway to the downtown, the planning and zoning commission on Monday delayed a decision on the application. TMC New England 2 LLC is seeking to build an...
  • Windsor Police Department installs drug collection unit

    For the past five years, the Windsor Police Department has participated in the Drug Enforcement Administration's "National Drug Take-Back Day" program. The DEA has sponsored nine Take-Back Days since 2010 under the Secure and Responsible Drug Disposal...
  • Wethersfield Offers Residents Prescription Drug Discounts

    Wethersfield Offers Residents Prescription Drug Discounts
    WETHERSFIELD — In the coming weeks, local households will receive cards in the mail that provide uninsured and underinsured residents with discounts of up to 40 percent on prescription drugs. The cards are a program of the Connecticut Conference...
  • Apple Pay Vs. Google Wallet: A Digital Wallet Guide

    Apple Pay Vs. Google Wallet: A Digital Wallet Guide
    What's in your digital wallet, Apple Pay or Google Wallet? Here's a quick look at two forms of mobile payment that use NFC, or near-field communication, for quickie checkouts (no credit card required) at participating retailers. Apple Pay What You'...
  • Consumers: Don't believe CVS when it says it does these immunizations

    The drugstore chain CVS has been making a big deal of its intention to become not merely a corner drugstore, but a healthcare provider. It changed its corporate name from CVS Caremark to CVS Health, and took tobacco products off its shelves to reinforce...
  • Glenview mayor touts development

    Glenview mayor touts development
    Several new grocery stores and other retailers are opening alongside hundreds of new apartments and homes in Glenview, according to Village President James Patterson. Patterson highlighted a handful of recently completed or ongoing development...
  • Eggs, Milk —Vaccinations? Health Clinic Opens In Stop & Shop

    Eggs, Milk —Vaccinations? Health Clinic Opens In Stop & Shop
    SIMSBURY — Now you can be treated for poison ivy or an earache before picking up eggs and a gallon of milk — all under the same roof. A new clinic at the Super Stop & Shop on Bushy Hill Road also allows you to get a camp physical for one...
  • Why Pitzer College decided to quit carbon

    Why Pitzer College decided to quit carbon
    Last month, the philanthropic Rockefeller Brothers Fund announced it would sell off the fossil fuel stocks that helped to enrich it. Pitzer College, one of the Claremont Colleges, had beaten the Rockefellers to the punch. Its decision to divest, in April,...
  • Caremark planning bigger copay at drugstores that sell cigarettes

     Caremark planning bigger copay at drugstores that sell cigarettes
    CVS, which recently pulled tobacco products from its 7,700 pharmacies nationwide, may soon make it more expensive to fill prescriptions at pharmacies that haven't done likewise. Beginning next year, Caremark, the pharmacy benefits management division of...
  • Pam Bondi's failures leave one choice: George Sheldon

    Pam Bondi's failures leave one choice: George Sheldon
    When Pam Bondi became Florida's first female attorney general in January 2011, some who had known her as a prosecutor in Tampa had hopes she would be a real problem-solver, not a partisan ideologue. Those hopes faded quickly. Just two months later, as a...
  • Lembo: State's Pharmacy Benefits Expenses Could Have Been More

    The cost of providing pharmacy benefits to state workers, retirees and their families increased from fiscal 2013 to fiscal 2014, but state Comptroller Kevin Lembo said in a statement Friday it could have been worse. The state spent $345 million to...