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  • Back-to-school shopping: Best deals for week of Aug. 24-30

    Back-to-school shopping: Best deals for week of Aug. 24-30
    With the first day of school just a week away, many of us will be hitting the stores this week to finish up those school supply lists. Here is a round-up of some of the best deals available this week. (If you come across additional bargains, be sure...
  • Brooklyn Man Charged In Counterfeit $100 Bills Scheme

    Brooklyn Man Charged In Counterfeit $100 Bills Scheme
    WATERTOWN – Police charged a 32-year old Brooklyn man with money laundering crimes after they say he used counterfeit $100 bills to obtain $500 in money orders from a local drug store. According to police, Emmanuel Cajou, 32, of Brooklyn, passed...
  • Walgreens to open more health clinics in Texas

    Walgreens to open more health clinics in Texas
    Walgreen Co. said Wednesday it will expand its retail health clinics into the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area, part of a nationwide push to extend its health care offerings. Walgreen has expanded the clinics into stores in five new states over the past...
  • Supremo Food Market: What Allentown can expect

    Hockey isn't the only new attraction coming to downtown Allentown's Seventh Street this fall. Beginning in November, the spotlight will also shine on plantains, poblano peppers, pineapples and other produce at Supremo Food Market. The 25,000-square-...
  • Reader Feedback for Aug. 4: Lee Hall Depot renovation, McDonnells scandal, Monarch butterflies stressed, same-sex marriage fight

    Lee Hall Depot renovationcontinues amid need for money While the historic Lee Hall Depot's exterior renovations have been completed, fundraising has been slow for the final phase of the project, which includes adding a museum and amenities to the...
  • NAI Summit leases office building, and other company news

    NAI Summit leases office building Logan Winchester of NAI Summit recently represented the owner, Hanover Office Plaza, in the lease transaction with MaGauren Guild Malls, that plans to open an administrative branch at 961 Marcon Blvd. in Allentown. The...
  • Blumenthal Calls Upon Other Stores To Halt Tobacco Sales

    U.S. Sen Richard Blumenthal Monday wrote to Walgreens, Rite Aid, and the National Association of Chain Drug Stores, asking them to stop selling tobacco products. Last week, the national drug store chain, CVS announced it would stop selling tobacco...
  • Pharmacy eyed as anchor of planned development in Charles Village

    Pharmacy eyed as anchor of planned development in Charles Village
    The developer of a planned mixed-use development in Charles Village on land owned by Johns Hopkins University is considering anchoring the project with a pharmacy, not a grocery store, as many area residents had feared. "The anchor tenant/retailer...
  • Dirt bike stolen in Aberdeen [Harford County police blotter]

    Aberdeen Aberdeen police reports: A window was vandalized in the 200 block of Darlington Avenue on Tuesday. Someone stole basketball equipment in the 600 block of Webb Street on Tuesday. Diapers were stolen from Rite Aid, in the first block of...
  • Allentown's free flu clinics now only for uninsured

    For years, the Allentown Health Bureau would take anyone at its flu clinics — insured, uninsured, city resident, out-of-towner — because the overriding goal was to get as many people as possible vaccinated. As the 2013-14 flu season looms,...
  • Rotunda redevelopment begins in Hampden

    "Well, this is day one," said Ray Nowowieski, general superintendent for Bozzuto Construction Co., wearing his hard hat and surveying the phase 1 work already under way as redevelopment of the Rotunda mall began. Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat...