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  • 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...
  • 818 Roundup: Man allegedly impersonates doctor to obtain false prescriptions; Traffic tests for Talaria

    818 Roundup: Man allegedly impersonates doctor to obtain false prescriptions; Traffic tests for Talaria
    Good morning, 818! Today is Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 78 degrees and a low of 50 degrees with partly cloudy skies in the evening, according to the National Weather Service. For Burbank residents, we'...
  • Wellness Fair provides answers for Windsor Locks residents

    An annual event for more than 10 years, the Windsor Locks Wellness Fair provides an opportunity for residents to get their flu shots and to browse through the vendor tables to collect information on maintaining good health, general wellness concerns and...
  • Businesses remain on Apple Pay sidelines

    Businesses remain on Apple Pay sidelines
    For years, the big question facing mobile payment systems was whether enough shoppers would use them. Turns out, they will. IPhone 6 users rushed to register more than 1 million credit cards on Apple Pay in the first 72 hours last week, making it the...
  • Man allegedly impersonates doctor to retrieve false prescriptions

    Man allegedly impersonates doctor to retrieve false prescriptions
    Surveillance photos were released on Friday of a man who reportedly called two CVS Pharmacy locations, impersonated a physician and later picked up narcotic prescription medications using information he obtained fraudulently. On Nov. 23, the suspect...
  • San Diego County has 10 measles patients; 9 weren't vaccinated

    San Diego County has 10 measles patients; 9 weren't vaccinated
    San Diego County now has 10 confirmed cases of measles, all with ties to Disneyland, the county Health and Human Services Agency announced late Thursday. Nine were persons who had not been vaccinated. Six of the 10 were people who came to the Sharp...
  • Newington Joins Prescription Drug Benefit Program

    NEWINGTON — The town council voted unanimously this week to join a program that could save some residents an average of 45 percent on their prescriptions. The program is free and open to residents with no or inadequate prescription drug coverage,...
  • Lagunitas drops lawsuit against Sierra Nevada after Twitter backlash

     Lagunitas drops lawsuit against Sierra Nevada after Twitter backlash
    In the craft beer version of Ali-Frazier, Lagunitas Brewing sued Sierra Nevada Brewing this week, claiming copyright infringement for a beer label prominently featuring the letters "IPA" in serif, block letters, an image Lagunitas said has been...
  • Investing: Juice up your investments

    You might be surprised at what as little as $1,000 can do. Build a high-yield ETF portfolio. Start with three shares of junk-bond fund iShares iBoxx $ High Yield Corporate Bond (symbol HYG, $90, 5.2-percent yield). Add 10 shares of iShares US Preferred...
  • 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...
  • Computer glitch to blame for Norco drug benefits cutoff, controller says

    Computer glitch to blame for Norco drug benefits cutoff, controller says
    More than 1,800 Northampton County workers had their prescription drug benefits accidentally cut off Jan. 1, but this time they don't have County Executive John Brown to blame. Turns out, an error by insurance underwriter Capital BlueCross inadvertently...