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  • Davie police install drug collection container

    Davie police install drug collection container
    The Davie Police Department, with the help of CVS Pharmacy, has installed a drug collection unit in the department's lobby, the agency announced Friday. The unit at 1230 S. Nob Hill Road will provide residents with a safe and environmentally responsible...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • The price of being a superhero daughter

    The price of being a superhero daughter
    When friends heard I was in Michigan to help my elderly, macular-degenerated, moderately demented mother who had fractured her hip and been moved to a rehab facility, they told me not to forget to take care of myself. I've given other caregivers the...
  • People on the move

    People on the move
    A list of personnel moves and recognition in South Florida Recognition Peter Hahn, treasurer of the Seminole Tribes of Florida Hollywood Indian Reservation, was honored for his outstanding leadership during the National Center for American Indian...
  • Activist dives in dumpsters across the U.S. to highlight food waste

    Activist dives in dumpsters across the U.S. to highlight food waste
    Rob Greenfield is standing barefoot and shirtless in a dumpster when he finds the strawberries. He's ravenous after bicycling more than 60 miles, so he stops rummaging through bags and boxes to open the container of strawberries and pop one into his...
  • Driver reverses through intersection, crashes outside Fort Lauderdale drugstore

    Driver reverses through intersection, crashes outside Fort Lauderdale drugstore
    A woman was taken to the hospital Wednesday evening after she drove in reverse through an intersection and then crashed into bushes outside a CVS Pharmacy in Fort Lauderdale, according to a CVS employee. The driver left a parking lot across the street...
  • Connecticut Agencies Receive $12 Million To Help Long-Term Unemployed

    Ten months after the Obama administration tried to cajole businesses into considering hiring people who have been out of work for six months, a year, or several years, White House officials are reporting the results. Some large companies have changed...
  • U.S. tackles long-term unemployment with $170 million in grants

    The U.S. Labor Department is taking on long-term unemployment – which last month affected 3 million Americans – by issuing nearly $170 million in grants to help train, counsel and place job seekers. Returning workers to long-jobs is “...