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COLUMBIANA Deadline to purchase 2015 dog license; Family Drug. DAMASCUS Deadline to purchase 2015 dog license; Damascus General True Value. EAST PALESTINE Deadline to purchase 2015 dog license;...
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Industry-oriented pharma course
Hitech Institute of Advanced Pharmaceutical Sciences, in association with NATCO Pharma, will offer a nine-week short-term industry-oriented course for
graduates from February 5 at NATCO...
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Two Walmart markets planned
Friday, January 30, 2015 11:04 PM Two Walmart markets plannedBoth locations proposed along Ward Blvd.By Rochelle MooreTimes Staff Writer Walmart will have a greater presence in Wilson with two...
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VIDEO: 3 suspects rob District Heights pharmacy a...
Prince George's County police are asking for your help tracking down three people who robbed a small
in District heights. The robbery was caught on camera. Police are describing this attack...
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German World War II panzer ace Otto Carius dies a...
BERLIN (AP) - Otto Carius, a World War II German panzer ace credited with destroying more than 150 enemy tanks, mostly on the Eastern Front, has died at 92. Carius died at home in western Germany...
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The Football for the Big Super Bowl Game
Man Dies After Being Shot Outside Billings ClinicMan Dies After Being Shot Outside Billings Clinic UPDATE: Chief St. John with Billings Police says the man shot outside of Billings Clinic has died...
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Winnipeg police mourn top service dog
Carousel Dance Centre in Waterloo, Ontario provides instruction in the joy and love of dance to... The Medicine Shoppe
has always been to provide the best care possible for you and...
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Port Jervis making strides, mayor says
Decker touts initiatives, new events in State of the City address For the Times Herald-Record Posted Jan. 30, 2015 @ 7:36 pm PORT JERVIS - In his State of the City address Thursday night, Port...
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Who has the lowest generic drug prices?
CINCINNATI (WCPO) - If you take any regular medication, we don't have to tell you that prices have been rising. Even worse: Prices are soaring for name brands, and for the first time ever,...
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Vanishing vintage businesses leave just a few car...
In a region that prefers to tear down and rebuild, architecture and signage from South Florida's golden era of the late 1940s through mid-1960s are getting tougher to find. But a handful of...
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Eyeing On Quality Healthcare Service
The centre is strongly believed to quench the diaspora thrust of medication It is crystal clear that the Ethiopian government has been encouraging the private sector especially the diaspora to invest...
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Rite Aid latest in string of distribution centers...
giant will build a 900,000-square-foot distribution center on about 90 acres near the intersection of Bryant and Flatwood roads. The company said it will supply inventory to about 1,000...
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Shuttle bus service added following snow storm
RIPTA is offering free shuttle bus service for the next few days to help Middletown residents get around in all the snow. The shuttle starts at 7:00AM at the Oxbow Farms neighborhood on West Main...
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Man who tried to swipe cosmetics sought by cops
Police are looking for a man they said tried to steal $90 worth of eyeliner and mascara from the CVS
, 330 Grasmere Ave., on Thursday morning. A CVS employee called police to report the...
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Site improvements begin for N. Hall development
Posted: Friday, January 30th 2015 at 4:18pm Site improvements begin for N. Hall development Steve McKibbon (L) & Robbie Robison at the Jan. 24 2013, Hall County Board of Commissioners...
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Keeping Chiltern's memories alive, for Rex's sake
BILL Steele thought long and hard about taking over as chairman of the Chiltern Athenaeum Trust after the sudden death of his long-time friend and Chiltern icon Rex Fuge last September. More in our...
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BIllerica pharmacy will pay $1.5M for Medicaid bi...
will pay $1.5M for Medicaid billing errors BOSTON -- A Billerica
has agreed to pay more than $1.5 million to settle allegations it improperly billed and received payments...
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News of the Weird: Pharmacy employees indicted ov...
Fourteen employees of a
in Framingham, Mass., were indicted in December for defrauding the federal government by filling bogus prescriptions (despite an owner’s explicit instructions to staff...
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Safeway, union negotiating contract
SANTA CRUZ -- Safeway shoppers may start to see grocery checkers wearing blue and yellow buttons saying "Solidarity Works." Negotiations are underway between Safeway and the United Food & Commercial...
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Marin IJ Readers' Forum for Jan. 31
Marin Charitable grants fill a local need As a 48-year member of Marin Charitable, I was delighted to read the recent article highlighting one of our 2014-15 grant recipients. What sets Marin...
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