CVS Only Selling Sunscreen With SPF 15 Or HigherCVS is taking some sunscreens off the shelves in the name of better skin health.
CVS Now Selling Generic Competitor To EpiPen At A 6th Of The PriceCVS Health Corp., the nation's second-largest drugstore chain, says it cut the price of the generic version of Adrenaclick nearly in half.
CVS Layoffs: 600 In Corporate Offices To Lose JobsCVS Health has announced that it is letting go of about 600 employees as it streamlines operations.
Target Pharmacy Customers Want CVS To Bring Back Red Prescription BottlesLongtime customers of Target's pharmacies are finding a change in pill bottle design hard to swallow.
Warrant Issued For 'Armed And Dangerous' Stoughton Shooting SuspectTwo teenagers have been arrested following a shooting inside a Stoughton CVS and police have issued an arrest warrant for the suspected gunman.
Teen Shot Inside CVS In StoughtonStoughton police are looking for three suspects in a shooting at the CVS off of Washington Street.
CVS To Pay Massachusetts $795K, Tighten Opioid PoliciesCVS Health Corp. has agreed to pay Massachusetts $795,000 and will tighten its policies for dispensing opioids following an investigation into its drug prescription practices, Attorney General Maura Healey said Thursday.
CVS Is Finally Doing Something About Those Extra-Long ReceiptsCan’t stand those really long CVS receipts? Relief is on the way.
CVS Pharmacies In NH To Sell Overdose Reversal Drug Without PrescriptionCVS has announced it will expand sales of overdose reversal drugs at stores in New Hampshire, a state hit hard by the opioid crisis.
Recall: CVS Herbal Tea Could Contain SalmonellaCVS is voluntarily recalling some cases of its herbal tea after learning it could be contaminated with salmonella.
Hopkinton Residents Fight To Keep CVS Out Of DowntownA group of residents in Hopkinton are taking on the drug store giant CVS and its plans to move into a building downtown.
CVS Health To Pay Government $450,000 To Settle Dispute Over Forged Painkiller PrescriptionsCVS Health will pay the government $450,000 to settle allegations that several Rhode Island pharmacy locations filled a number of forged and invalid painkiller prescriptions.