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  • Fiesta Days: How to celebrate Memorial Day weekend in LCF

    Fiesta Days: How to celebrate Memorial Day weekend in LCF
    Starting Friday, locals can celebrate Fiesta Days and Memorial weekend in La Cañada with a number of events, including a vintage car show and fireworks. Here is the lineup for upcoming Memorial Day events: Memorial Weekend Fiesta Days — May 23...
  • Police arrest man in alleged lottery scam

    Police arrest man in alleged lottery scam
    Glendale police have arrested a 62-year-old Los Angeles man on suspicion of felony financial elder abuse in relation to an alleged lottery phone scam. The investigation into Carl Bullock’s activities began in March when a Glendale bank employee...
  • Give your search a helping hand with alternatives primed for growth

    Some career fields are in worse shape than others. We've identified struggling professions that you might want to think twice about entering. All are shedding positions, most are saddled with below-average pay and many come with high stress, based on such...
  • Snow kept mail carriers from delivering to some houses

    Lee Smith's neighborhood finally is thawing out. Ice patches have receded. Grass patches have reappeared. And mail is being delivered regularly. Smith is among several people who live in the neighborhoods off Presidential Drive in Whitehall Township...
  • 120,000 bills, letters burn after postal truck crashes in O.C.

    120,000 bills, letters burn after postal truck crashes in O.C.
    Nearly 120,000 letters and bills went up in flames early Tuesday when a pair of big rigs collided along the 57 Freeway in Brea. One was from a U.S. Postal Service facility in Santa Ana, where workers process about 1 million pieces of mail daily,...
  • Board's arrogant approach to duties is misguided

    Q: In a recent board meeting, one of our condominium board members announced the guiding principle of our board as follows: "The board can do anything it wants to do until somebody stops it." Your analysis of the preceding statement would be appreciated...
  • Valentine's Day 2014: Love in the dead of winter

    Valentine's Day 2014: Love in the dead of winter
    Thursday’s nor’easter, which piled more than a foot of new snow onto this longest of winters, dumped the ultimate cold shower on local romance. Allentown’s Manny Trinidad wanted to woo his girlfriend for Valentine’s Day. So he...
  • Coppin making progress on overhaul plan, its president says

    Coppin making progress on overhaul plan, its president says
    Coppin State University's president said Friday that the college has accomplished about half the goals in a plan conceived last year intended to boost its graduation rates and enrollment, strengthen its academic programs and improve the way it operates....
  • 'Ticking sound' winds up being a clock, not a bomb, in USPS mailbox

    'Ticking sound' winds up being a clock, not a bomb, in USPS mailbox
    A bomb squad called in to investigate a loud ticking sound emanating from a U.S. Postal Service mailbox in Westlake did not find any explosives Monday, instead finding a more obvious explanation -- a clock. Authorities were called just before 7 a.m....
  • Snowstorm disrupts USPS mail delivery into this week

    Snowstorm disrupts USPS mail delivery into this week
    Despite the old adage about the conditions in which U.S. Postal Service mail carriers will work, Thursday's snowstorm has disrupted delivery into this week. USPS said in a press release posted to its website last week that some mail service in the...
  • Inspector general questions Postal Service property sales, leases

    Inspector general questions Postal Service property sales, leases
    SAN FRANCISCO — The independent watchdog for the U.S. Postal Service has raised new concerns about an exclusive contract with real estate giant CBRE Group Inc. to handle leases and sales of postal properties nationwide, saying the arrangement...