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  • CVS buying Omnicare for about $12.7 billion

    CVS buying Omnicare for about $12.7 billion
    NEW YORK (AP) — CVS Health will buy Omnicare in a deal valued at about $12.7 billion in move to expand its pharmacy services reach into assisted living and senior care facilities. Woonsocket, Rhode Island-based CVS Health will pay $98 per share...
  • The Hippo, longtime anchor of Baltimore's gay community, to close this fall

    The Hippo, longtime anchor of Baltimore's gay community, to close this fall
    After more than four decades as an anchor in Baltimore's gay community and the Mount Vernon business district, The Hippo will close this fall and the site will be converted into a CVS Pharmacy. The nightclub first opened as a gay establishment at the...
  • White House point man on Freddie Gray has deep ties to Baltimore

    White House point man on Freddie Gray has deep ties to Baltimore
    Broderick Johnson recalls seeing the looters and the buildings on fire as he and his parents drove through Baltimore in the days following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. "They were searing images you can't forget," Johnson, who was 11...
  • Stress of Baltimore unrest could stay with residents for a while

    Stress of Baltimore unrest could stay with residents for a while
    As rioters looted a CVS and other businesses at Pennsylvania and North avenues earlier this month, Lekisha McCray's two youngest children huddled in terror listening to it all from their apartment across the street. Windows shattered and people cursed...
  • CVS to pay $22M penalty for unlawful prescription drug distribution in Sanford

    CVS to pay $22M penalty for unlawful prescription drug distribution in Sanford
    CVS Health has agreed to pay a $22 million penalty after a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration investigation that found employees at two pharmacies in Sanford distributed controlled substances without legitimate prescriptions. The investigations into...
  • CVS officially confirms plan to reopen stores burned in Baltimore riots

    CVS officially confirms plan to reopen stores burned in Baltimore riots
    The CVS Pharmacy stores looted and burned by rioters in Baltimore last week will be rebuilt, CVS Health formally announced Wednesday. The firm, which has nearly 30 locations in Baltimore and employs more than 500 people, said it also plans to donate a...
  • Radio Free Baltimore: The songs that soundtracked the Baltimore Uprising

    Radio Free Baltimore: The songs that soundtracked the Baltimore Uprising
    By Wednesday, April 22, just three days after Freddie Gray’s death, Sandtown-Winchester was nearing 48 hours of national news media occupation, and residents and protesters were already sick of it, as a prescient video of resident Shaun Young...
  • Field Tripping: Time traveling

    Field Tripping: Time traveling
    When the editors of City Paper told me that my column should be about what’s happening in Baltimore, about Freddie Gray, about the protests, I wondered how they could imagine I could write about anything else. I’ve been writing about what I&...
  • Loretta Lynch visits Baltimore, meets Freddie Gray's family, mayor, police

    Loretta Lynch visits Baltimore, meets Freddie Gray's family, mayor, police
    With the curfew canceled and National Guard troops withdrawing from the city, Baltimore faced the physical task of rebuilding after last week’s rioting and looting, while political leaders were looking at the even more difficult job of rebuilding...
  • Can a truce between Baltimore's gangs help make the city safer?

    Can a truce between Baltimore's gangs help make the city safer?
    Flex, a member of the Bloods street gang, is sitting on the hood of a taxi in front of Central Booking at the Baltimore City Detention Center, waiting for his brother, who goes by Tragedy, to get out. Both were arrested inside a home the previous night...
  • Right Stuff: Baltimore's troubles have deep roots

    Right Stuff: Baltimore's troubles have deep roots
    That is such a first-world problem. I heard that phrase a couple weeks ago when I complained about something fairly trivial. It was said with a certain amount of sarcasm, emphasizing the word "such," with a smirk. It could be that the free Wi-Fi didn'...