PORTAGE | Pet Supplies Plus will be moving into the former Walgreens drug store at 6030 Central Ave.
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CROWN POINT | Lake officials are renewing a program to provide prescription drug discounts to uninsured county residents.
HOBART | The Hobart YMCA, 601 W. 40th Place, will hold an introduction to couponing class from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 9.
HOBART | A 41-year-old Hobart man altered the number of refills while filling a prescription for his girlfriend, police said.
CROWN POINT | The CPHS Wrestling Team participated in a food drive at Strack & Van Til and Walgreens on November 4. They collected over 350 bags of groceries and $840.00 in cash to help stock the shelves at local pantries.
PORTAGE | The project to improve Willowcreek Road north of Central Avenue is moving forward, and officials are hoping a second project will be done earlier to help traffic control in the area.
Walgreen Co. said Monday it plans to buy the prescription files and inventory from 33 Kmart pharmacies in 16 states.
CROWN POINT | Lake County Assessor Hank Adams can report a few successes in his first year in office.
Members of The Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Indiana can look forward to a brighter holiday season this year thanks to a toy drive sponsored by area Walgreens stores. On Monday, 16 stores will begin collecting toys for club members 6 through 13.
INDIANAPOLIS | State Rep. Charlie Brown, D-Gary, is taking a wait-and-see attitude toward Walgreens' promise to recommend non-candy items at its checkout stations and increase its availability of fresh, healthy food.
Griffith artist Brenda Spitz has found a unique canvas for her artwork: tote bags. Six of her paintings – Gracie, Take me to the Beach, Summer Palm, Jessica, Awake and West Adams – have been developed by Walgreens' Community Corner Program into portable pieces.
Griffith artist Brenda Spitz has found a unique canvas for her artwork: tote bags. Six of her paintings have been developed by the Walgreens Community Corner program into portable pieces.
VALPARAISO | Bids were opened for two projects at last week's Valparaiso utilities board meeting, and the results could hardly have been more different.
INDIANAPOLIS | Many retailers require cashiers to suggest another item for customers to buy before ringing up a sale.
MERRILLVILLE | Emergency personnel in Merrillville may have thought they were experiencing deja vu on Thursday as they responded at two businesses that were struck by different vehicles.
PORTAGE | The Utility Services Board approved recognizing the Operating Engineers Local 150 as the bargaining agent for city workers at the sanitary sewer plant.
VALPARAISO | The streets of Valparaiso were eerily empty Wednesday with only an occasional city or private snow plow or SUV driver braving the weather.
Sarah Griffith never forgot the life lessons and experiences she learned as a youth at Cedar Lake Boys & Girls Club.
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