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Naples News: Floridians rely on personalized pharmacy care

By John Atkinson, Naples, Owner, Head Pharmacist, The Apothecary The Apothecary, an independent pharmacy at Fourth Avenue North in Naples, has been serving our community for over 47 years. As the current owner and son of the founder who started that pharmacy, I can honestly say that it has been a pleasure to serve and […]

Orlando Business Journal: NASA’s new crew capsule en route to KSC

NASA’s prototype multi-purpose crew vehicle is making a cross-country tour, with several public viewing stops, on its way to Kennedy Space Center. The vehicle, a test module based on Lockheed Martin’s Orion capsule design, will make three stops as it travels by truck from Dryden Flight Research Center in California to KSC: June 15-16 at […]

The Washington Post: White House’s Daley seeks balance in outreach meeting with manufacturers

By Peter Wallsten and and Jia Lynn Yang It was supposed to be the White House’s latest make-nice session with corporate America — a visit by Chief of Staff William M. Daley to a meeting with hundreds of manufacturing executives in town to press lawmakers for looser regulations. But the outreach soon turned into a […]

Tampa Tribune: Speak up about changes to health care laws, Medicaid

By DAN FUCARINO It’s no secret that health care in Florida is going through some very significant changes. New federal health care laws, coupled with the major shifts in our state’s Medicaid program, will undoubtedly change the way Floridians receive care. Community pharmacies will certainly feel the effects of these new laws. Under Medicaid managed […]

Tallahassee Democrat: In saving money, state hurts pharmacies and customers

My husband, Charles, and I have owned and operated Jackson’s Drug Store in Monticello since 1966. For a small community drug store like ours, a lot has changed since then. Independent pharmacies are the backbone of small communities, but recent efforts by the Florida Legislature have taken more and more prescriptions out of the hands […]

June 9 e-Newsletter: We Have News!

We have news. Ten years ago this month, a new public relations firm opened its doors in downtown Tallahassee. Now, CoreMessage is 10 years strong, gaining traction with media outlets across Florida and the nation as we work tirelessly to exceed our clients’ goals. In an effort to showcase our successes and growth, while celebrating a decade in business, we’re proud to launch the new CoreMessage website.

Tallahassee Democrat: What we need is a schools ‘conductor’

New commissioner must draw on a mix of talent Ed H. Moore • My View • Published: June 07. 2011 2:00AM A recent headline in a Florida newspaper claimed our state was searching for a “rock star” to fill the role of commissioner of education. Such headlines do little to stimulate interest in education and, […]

Palm Beach Post: Legislature must revisit premium tax dollar issue

In response to the editorial “No one worked overtime,” which criticized the Legislature for doing little to help cities with pension shortfalls, in January, the LeRoy Collins Institute at Florida State University released a report titled, “Trouble Ahead: Florida Local Governments and Retirement Obligations.” The report revealed that many local government pension plans, not part […]

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