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  • Couponing 101: How to get items for free and make money, too

    Couponing 101: How to get items for free and make money, too
      Guest blogger and South Florida savings expert Mary Pat Pankoke of CouponClasses.com gives us an advanced coupon lesson on how to do a "moneymaker deal." I went shopping at Walmart the other day and the store paid me to take merchandise out of the...
  • INKED! CVS diet bad on many levels

    INKED! CVS diet bad on many levels
    I’m thinking the CVS diet might be right for me.    That’s the one where my company requires me to reveal my weight, blood pressure and glucose levels to eventually use them against me. It’s the one where I face a $600-a-year penalty...
  • Detectives release photos of CVS Pharmacy robbers

    Detectives release photos of CVS Pharmacy robbers
    Chicago Police on Tuesday released surveillance photos of two men who have robbed four CVS Pharmacy stores on the Southwest and West sides since early September. The two have entered the stores, shown pistols and taken cash from cash registers, plus...
  • Two arrested, three more sought following deadly shooting at recording studio

    Two arrested, three more sought following deadly shooting at recording studio
    Homicide detectives from the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department have arrested two people in connection with a November homicide and aggravated assault—and they’re looking for three more people. Detectives arrested Carlton Hart, 44,...
  • New anti-meth pseudoephedrine product hits stores

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — Several pharmacies in the St. Louis area are now selling the first-ever pseudoephedrine-based decongestant that apparently cannot be used to make methamphetamine. Highland Pharmaceuticals in suburban St. Louis is the maker of...
  • Council seeks holiday basket items

    Ho, ho, ho! It’s Burbank Coordinating Council's annual holiday basket time. This program started in 1936 and is all about giving people in our community in need of assistance a basket of food and gifts so they can have a nice holiday. Last year,...
  • Improvements Make Manchester's Cheney Rail Trail Easier To Walk

    Shortly after parking my car near the railroad tracks in Manchester, I heard the sound of a train whistle. And I knew in an instant it wasn't a train as I saw Susan Barlow wearing an engineer's hat and blowing into a wooden whistle. I had arrived at the...
  • Korky Vann: Priming The Pump for Gas-Rewards Savings

    I love the new Ford commercial that shows desperate customers asking a gas station attendant if he has any marked-down "day-old gas." I've been tempted to do the same thing myself, because prices at the pump are cutting into my budget — and my...
  • Police release pictures of gunman who robbed Noblesville CVS store

    Police release pictures of gunman who robbed Noblesville CVS store
    Noblesville police have released surveillance pictures of a man who robbed a CVS store at gunpoint Monday morning. Police said the man robbed the CVS Pharmacy in the 100 block of Lakeview Drive around 6:30 a.m. He pulled a gun on a clerk and demanded...
  • Mortgage lender uses fear as a sales pitch

    Mortgage lender uses fear as a sales pitch
    State and federal authorities may have cracked down on unscrupulous mortgage lenders to avoid a repeat of the housing market meltdown, but there are still plenty of companies that are eager to dupe people into taking out bad loans. Exhibit A:...
  • Police: CVS manager tapes staffer inside ladies room

    Police: CVS manager tapes staffer inside ladies room
    A CVS manager hid an iPhone set on record in the ladies restroom after ordering one of his staffers to change her shirt on Thanksgiving at the store in the city's Noble Square neighborhood, authorities said. The man, 42-year-old Evanston resident...
  • Prescription needed to remedy generic drug pricing shenanigans

    Prescription needed to remedy generic drug pricing shenanigans
    Wanda Ferrin fills her husband's prescription for the generic antibiotic doxycycline at a Target in Simi Valley. For years, the medication has cost her $6 a month. In February, however, the price tripled to $18 for 30 pills. And this month, it...