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  • Possible measles exposure at Philly's touch museum

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — State health officials are warning of a possible measles exposure this week at Philadelphia's Please Touch Museum and a suburban pharmacy. Officials say a person showing symptoms of the virus visited the hands-on learning museum...
  • Rethink the Princeton group is looking for volunteers -- and donations

    Rethink the Princeton group is looking for volunteers -- and donations
    Promising a true “David versus Goliath” fight, the organizers of the grassroots group Rethink the Princeton promised to ensure their voices are heard. “This is a principled confrontation,” said Mary Travis, the president of...
  • Rethinkers set out arguments for their lawsuit against The Princeton

    Rethinkers set out arguments for their lawsuit against The Princeton
    When the grassroots group Rethink the Princeton hired an attorney to challenge the City Council’s approval of a new apartment complex in College Park, their goal was not to slow the project down, said Mary Travis, the group’s president....
  • Johnny's brings brand to arena zone

    Johnny's brings brand to arena zone
    In a sea of new downtown Allentown restaurants, Johnny's Bagels & Deli won't have to fight hard to make a name for itself. That's because the eatery, known for its signature New York-style, hand-rolled and kettle-boiled bagels, is a Lehigh Valley...
  • GM's OnStar drivers may qualify for discounts from Progressive Insurance

    GM's OnStar drivers may qualify for discounts from Progressive Insurance
    Progressive Insurance has struck a deal with General Motors' OnStar unit in which participating drivers may get feedback on their motoring habits and might qualify for discounts on their coverage. The partnership is the latest example of how car...
  • Supplements company sees big growth in 2015

    Supplements company sees big growth in 2015
    The small office/warehouse of Natural Product Solutions in Timonium hardly suggests the national reach of the dietary supplement company, or the bigger things to come in 2015: agreements that could double its range, and a new spokeswoman who is a national...
  • The Year in Health: Key developments will have a lasting impact

    The year 2014 was filled with important health discoveries and developments. Here's what got our attention and will likely affect many of us in the future. IMPORTANT FINDINGS Two studies in 2014 took concepts we already knew about to a new level. One, a...
  • Man gets naked in CVS, lays on dog beds, deputies say

    Man gets naked in CVS, lays on dog beds, deputies say
    Although Lutz may be home to such clothing-optional communities such as Lake Coumo Resort and the Paradise Lakes Resort, CVS sure isn't one of them. A man, identified as Jeremiah P. Patterson, allegedly stripped naked in a Lutz CVS store's restroom...
  • Flu hitting Central Florida early, hard

    Flu hitting Central Florida early, hard
    This year's flu outbreak is starting earlier than usual and is widespread and increasing throughout the state, say officials who are urging Floridians to get their flu shot. Tim Hendrix, medical director with Centra Care, said new cases last week were...
  • Walgreen CEO Wasson to step down

    Walgreen CEO Wasson to step down
    Walgreen CEO Greg Wasson will step down after the company completes its acquisition of European counterpart Alliance Boots, the company said Wednesday, a decision that didn't surprise company observers and investors. Chairman James Skinner will become...
  • Naperville OKs liquor sales for Walgreens outside downtown

    Naperville OKs liquor sales for Walgreens outside downtown
    Walgreens will be able to sell alcohol in nine Naperville stores, but not downtown. Councilmen on Tuesday approved a new type of liquor license for pharmacies, but decided not allow any business to start selling packaged liquor in the downtown due to...