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On Saturday, Dec. 6, at about 11:45 a.m., Oro Valley police responded to the Walgreens at 11951 N. 1st Ave. in response to an assault. The victim, a bell ringer for the Salvation Army, told police that at about 11:40 a.m., he was standing in front of the store and ringing a bell. At that point, a man parked his car near the entrance, got out of his car and walked toward him screaming profanities, calling him a pedophile and told him to stop staring at his daughter. The victim told the man he was not staring at his daughter. The man then spit on the victim, and then used both hands to push him and knocked him to the ground. The victim said he threw his bell at the man as he got in his car and drove away. Police watched surveillance footage that showed the incident and a witness gave them the license plate number to the suspect’s car. Later that day, police went to the suspect’s house but at that time, were unable to make contact with the man. The victim said he wanted to prosecute in this case.
(NAPSI)—While flu season in the U.S. historically starts in October, most of us don’t think about it until either we get sick or a family member or co-worker does, and by then, it may be too late. One of the few facts about flu season is that it’s always unpredictable and may peak at any time in the fall, winter or even spring months.
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The Tucson REALTORS® Charitable Foundation (TRCF) raised over $4,000 at its special event to launch the Annual School Supplies Drive in partnership with Tucson Values Teachers (TVT). Since TVT can leverage cash donations at 2-to-1, “our approach this year was to focus on collecting money instead of actual school supplies,” said TRCF Executive Director Philip Tedesco, who also serves as CEO of the Tucson Association of REALTORS® (TAR).
(Family Features) With so many different choices in the vitamin aisle, many women find it difficult to choose the right ones to fit their personal needs.
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(BPT) - Good, nutritious meals are essential for children to grow healthy and strong, but you may be surprised to learn that millions of children suffer from “hidden hunger,” because they lack the essential vitamins and minerals needed for development. This can lead to permanent physical and mental impairments.
Every Thursday Continental Ranch hosts their own farmers market. For four hours, between 25-35 vendors serve up a wide variety of goods and crafts.
(Family Features) As many busy women know, a daily beauty regimen requires effort and time, but it also has a significant payoff. Keeping your outward appearance healthy and youthful inspires confidence — a glow everyone around you can see.
(Family Features) Nails have become the ultimate form of self-expression in beauty. From classic French manicures and gel finishes to elaborate designs and bold neons, nails reflect your own unique style. This season, make sure your tips are healthy and perfectly polished to enhance your overall appearance.
Two women are wanted after stealing five bottles of liquor from a Foothills Walgreen.s
On March 25 around 10:05 a.m., Pima County Sheriff deputies responded to the Walgreens, located at 1415 W. River Road, reference of larceny.
The widely known corner store and pharmacy CVS announce on their website today that they will end the sale of cigarettes and tobacco products by Oct. 1, 2014.
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On Friday, July 12, at about 7:15 a.m., Rincon District deputies responded to the Walgreens in the 7800 block of East Snyder Road, in response to a disturbance.
Today more than 17% of Pima County families are living below the poverty line and often children from these families go to school without the necessary supplies to contribute and actively participate in their classes. Education is the best means for these children to rise above poverty and break the cycle, but receiving an education requires having tools that allow for meaningful participation in the learning process.
On May 22, at approximately 9:16 pm, deputies with the Pima County Sheriff’s Department Foothills District initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle in the Walgreens parking lot at River Road and La Canada Drive.
On Tuesday, Feb. 5, the Ace Hardware store at First Avenue and Tangerine Road requested permission of the Oro Valley Planning Board to begin parking trucks in the Walgreen shopping center.
Anothony Valdez, 31, has been charged with manslaughter after being suspected of DUI in a collision that occurred on La Cholla Boulevard, Wednesday night.
When I was younger, my mom’s potato salad was among my favorite of her dishes. Striking just the right balance between tangy and creamy, her potato salad was the star of our backyard barbecues. Because she knew how much I loved it, she indulged me by making two separate versions: one with raw red onion and one without.
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