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Maine (AP) A federal judge has sentenced a Maine man to 37 months in prison for a pharmacy robbery last year in Augusta...When he leaves prison, Rich will serve three years of supervised release. The 29-year-old pleaded guilty on May 23 to
A Rite Aid pharmacy technician was arrested Tuesday night for allegedly stealing more than $400 in drugs, according to a Columbus police report. Officers responded to the Rite Aid at 6950 Beaver Run Rd. at about 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, where a victim
Staff report Merced College's Community Services has a program that makes it easy for you to take high-quality, affordable online career training classes to prepare you to launch a new career as a pharmacy technician, no matter where you're located.
The two programs, part of an occupational training study, are funded by the Federal Government. Upon success of the programs, additional funding will be provided for larger scale replication. Accelerating Connections to Employment Program, will allow
N.H. (AP) The New Hampshire Board of Pharmacy is issuing an emergency order suspending the license of a Walgreen's pharmacy technician suspected of stealing at least 300 prescription pain relief pills. The board says Brittany Bertone of Danville may
Dhaka, Dec 25 (bdnews24.com) Information Minister Hasanul Huq Inu on Tuesday said he is keen to upgrade the positions of the medical technologist, as he felt it was one of the 'key pillars' of the healthcare system. "Healthcare system stands on three
Then Diana Reveles, a caring case management counselor, entered her life through the Sutter Teen Program and helped her find firmer footing...No longer a teenager, it was time for her to leave the program and for Reveles to move on to others in need.
Herald Staff Writer In an effort to make-up for some of the classes lost to budget cuts, Monterey Peninsula College has launched a new program called "continuing education, " which will offer courses with a different price schedule and no college
The walls went up two days ago in Bristol Community College's new nursing and health sciences suite, but college officials said construction should wrap up by month's end. "Two days ago, we had nothing here. We started demolition three weeks ago,"
View slideshows A new bill has been introduced in Congress with the goal of cracking down on unaccredited college programs that are draining student and taxpayer dollars . The Protecting Students from Worthless Degrees Act targets schools that are