WCVB reports on an incident at the Bussey Street CVS - and why the kid's really lucky he had his phone with him.
WBUR reports on Dr. Steve Schlozman's campaign to get CVS to change its hold music.
Boston Police report arresting a Dorchester man on a variety of gun charges last night after a worker at the CVS on Columbus Avenue, around the corner from the Back Bay T stop, called to report the guy was at the counter, and pretty unsteady when a gun slipped out of his pants leg and onto the floor. Read more.
A man packing a set of brass knuckles slammed a worker's head into a counter at the CVS at 1249 Boylston St. this morning and threatened to kill her and another employee if they didn't point him to the store's supply of painkillers, police say. Read more.
Realist Rob reports his wife snapped this display at the CVS on Bridge Street in Weymouth today.
This is retail at its most pathetic state. Who wants candy to sit around their house for a quarter of a year?! WTF
Roving UHub photographer Joseph Gugliotta Jr. came across this monstrosity in the Davis Square CVS today, because nothing says "fall is here" quite like pumpkin-spice menthol cough drops.
A Dorchester man's lengthy arrest record got even longer yesterday after Transit Police officers joined an employee of the Summer Street CVS who was chasing a man with "hundreds of dollars worth of stolen items."
CVS pharmacies in the Boston area and New Hampshire repeatedly filled Oxycodone prescriptions they should have known were forged - in one case because the chain's own computer system had a warning about the person who kept bringing them in - the US Attorney's office in Boston reports. Read more.
The CVS in Danvers has some great ideas for stocking stuffers this year, as Loren McLean shows us.
Hopkinton's only drugstore is suing CVS, alleging the national pharmacy giant is trying to muscle into the town by cutting off a key part of its business.
In a lawsuit filed this week in US District Court, Hopkinton Drug alleges the CVS wing that administers pharmacy benefits for many employers is refusing to do any more business with the store as part of an "unlawful civil conspiracy" with the CVS wing that runs retail outlets, in an attempt to break into the Hopkinton pharmacy market.
The lawsuit, filed yesterday in US District Court in Boston, seeks at least $5 million - and possibly more - for CVS's sales of "effervescent formula" AirShield, a generic version of Airborne, whose maker claimed it could fight colds up until the point it agreed to a $23-million settlement in a similar lawsuit last year (Airborne's maker agreed to settle without admitting any wrongdoing).
Cleary Squared thinks they're wonderful, after getting into one in Porter Square right away to get his ears cleared out of wax:
... It doesn't make sense for people with minor injuries have to wait for care from their PCP, especially on the weekends, or have to shell out a much higher copay at the ER. The "continuum of care" will still be there; it just took the urgency of the situation and the ambition of the patient to take action.
That is why I made the choice to have my earwax situation taken care of now, rather than waiting two weeks for my PCP to do the same thing and have my ears plug up worse. This is why I had to go to Cambridge to do it, and I'd do it again above Mayor Menino's (and my PCP's) objections. ...
The Boston Real Estate Observer reports how the first-floor restaurant in some fancy-shmancy South End condo project is being replaced with a CVS.
Just because there's a "SALE" tag under a bottle of moisturizing lotion doesn't mean the item is actually on sale, Steve Garfield discovers.
The cosmetics department prefers female relatives.
Remember that the next time you head to Rite Aid for some Nyquil.
OK, he said that in the context of how he thinks those planned CVS MinuteClinics will "seriously compromise quality of care and hygiene," but, um, wait, hygiene? People will get covered in soot at the CVS? Focus, Mr. Mayor, focus. Like, maybe, on the city's plan to ban trans fats in restaurants.
Jenn Martinelli got her fill of stupid people last night, including at the CVS:
Robert David Sullivan vows to boycott the CVS replacing Liquor Land in Roxbury:
... Maybe a supermarket would be better on that site, but a CVS? I'll get my Nyquil fix elsewhere, thank you.
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