Walgreens cut the ribbon on its first “fresh food oasis” in the Bay Area Friday, bringing fresh fruit and vegetables to an underserved San Francisco neighborhood.
The San Francisco Supervisors’ Public Safety Committee moved closer on Thursday to developing a drug drop off program for people who want to dispose of old medications.
The number of chain pharmacies selling booze is on the rise, and a San Francisco supervisor is talking about banning alcohol at drug stores.
Officers have arrested four people in connection with a string of commercial burglaries in Danville, police said Monday.
A man who might be responsible for more than 20 East Bay robberies was arrested in Hayward on Monday night, police said Wednesday.
Some extreme coupon shoppers share how to get products at a drug store for free, and get store credit simply by using coupons.
In an effort to go green, many consumers are now turning to reusable bags. But according to a new study, some large retailers are carrying reusable bags that contain dangerous levels of lead.
A masked man armed with a knife attempted to rob a Pleasant Hill drugstore on Monday night but left empty-handed after a clerk began crying and ran away, police said.