Demolition has begun on Rodin Square, which will house a new Whole Foods among other things.
Police are searching for the suspect who wore a skeleton-style mask and stole nearly 600 pain-killing pills from a Montgomery County pharmacy.
Police are searching for a man who used a grenade to rob a CVS Pharmacy in Bucks County Sunday.
Police are looking for the armed suspect they say robbed a CVS in South Philadelphia late Saturday night.
CVS Caremark is kicking the habit of selling tobacco products at its more than 7,600 drugstores nationwide as it focuses more on providing health care.
Police are on the hunt for a man who robbed the CVS Store on West Chester Pike in Havertown Christmas morning.
Eyewitness News spoke to the victim’s family, and out of respect for his privacy, they asked we not report the victim’s name.
A woman of Korean descent who claims a worker at a CVS in southern New Jersey used a phrase mocking Asians to identify her on a store receipt has filed a federal discrimination suit against the pharmacy chain, according to her lawyer.
CVS Caremark will pay New Jersey $650,000 and improve its quality assurance and oversight under an agreement that resolves incidents where CVS pharmacies mistakenly commingled patients’ pills.
New Jersey officials say CVS Caremark will pay $650,000 and improve its quality assurance and oversight under an agreement that resolves incidents where CVS pharmacies mistakenly commingled patients’ pills.
Police say a 48-year-old woman was arrested and charged in connection to three robberies at a pharmacy in Atlantic County.
As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, when it comes to getting deals, some retailers are making it more worth your while to ‘like’ them than others.
Two elderly women had quite a frightening experience at a Hamilton CVS over the weekend.
The search continues for a suspect wanted in connection with a violent attack at a CVS pharmacy in Southwest Philadelphia. On Tuesday night, the victim spoke exclusively to Eyewitness News about the frightening ordeal.
A pharmaceutical expert says any child who may have taken breast cancer treatment medication mistakenly distributed by a New Jersey pharmacy instead of prescribed fluoride pills likely won’t suffer any health problems.