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  • "Irate" Boynton post office customer throws box at worker, police say

    A U.S. Post Office customer threw a box at a postal worker on Saturday, according to Boynton Beach Police. The incident happened at the U.S. Post Office at 1530 W. Boynton Beach Boulevard. Police responded to what was described as an "irate customer...
  • Art and music tie-in for 4th Meet Me on the Promenade

    As kickoffs go, this one had an imported work of art by the same name as the John Lennon song "Imagine," played by the West Boca High School Vanguard Brass. "Imag_ne," a line of Scrabble-like letters leaving the "i" to the imagination was unveiled Oct....
  • Stump takes first prize in Ripley's Strange Mail contest

    Stump takes first prize in Ripley's Strange Mail contest
    A tree trunk with an embedded horseshoe has been selected as the winning entry in the 2014 edition of Ripley's Strange Mail contest. The competition challenges participants to send unusual items to Ripley Entertainment's corporate headquarters in...
  • Lance Armstrong lives hassle-free -- but lawsuits still loom

    Lance Armstrong lives hassle-free -- but lawsuits still loom
    Armstrong living positive life but problems not overLONDON, Aug 19 () - Lance Armstrong is living an unbothered and positive life 18 months after confessing to using performance-enhancing drugs, the disgraced cyclist told CNN. A cancer survivor and...
  • Post Office Celebrates Batman's 75th Anniversary with Stamp Collection

    Batman is leaving his mark on the United States Postal Service with a new stamp collection that will become available starting at next month's New York Comic Con. The series will feature different versions of the crime fighter during the Golden, Silver,...
  • Putnam Public Library showcases Talking Book machine

    The Putnam Public Library now has a Talking Book machine on site that they can use for demonstration purposes. The specialized cassette players and easy-to-handle cartridges put libraries within reach of the visually and physically handicapped as well...
  • Postman accused of hoarding 2,500 pounds of mail

    Postman accused of hoarding 2,500 pounds of mail
    NEW YORK — Tens of thousands of letters, packages and junk mail found stashed in a U.S. postal carrier's New York City apartment will soon get delivered, some of them nearly a decade after they were mailed, prosecutors said on Friday. Joseph...
  • Re-elect Ian Richards, Ellen Feld to county court

    Re-elect Ian Richards, Ellen Feld to county court
    Re-elect Richards to county court For sheer political theater, there's probably no more interesting contest than the Broward County Court Group 27 race. Judge Ian Richards won the seat in 2008 by running what many thought was a "stealth campaign," in...
  • HomeMade Pizza locations being taken over

    HomeMade Pizza locations being taken over
    Some of the former stores of HomeMade Pizza Co., which abruptly closed in June, are slated to reopen under new ownership and a new name but the same take-and-bake pizza concept. Bill Borneman, an investor in Lake Forest, said he acquired eight HomeMade...
  • Thieves accost postal carrier, steal keys to mailboxes, truck

    The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrests of two men who grabbed a letter carrier in a chokehold to steal her master key and mail truck key. Inspectors handed out reward fliers Friday in the...
  • LAPD sergeant's daughter gets prison for concealing fatal hit-and-run

    LAPD sergeant's daughter gets prison for concealing fatal hit-and-run
    A Los Angeles police sergeant's daughter was sentenced to two years in prison Thursday for trying to cover up a hit-and-run collision that killed a cyclist in Gardena. Vanessa Marie Yanez's sentencing comes more than a month after she pleaded no contest...