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  • Double voting? Not necessarily [Editorial]

    Double voting? Not necessarily  [Editorial]
    The recent report by Election Integrity Maryland that there may be as many as 164 individuals who voted in both Maryland and Virginia in the 2012 election hasn't exactly caused the Maryland Board of Elections to press the panic button. There's a reason...
  • Lake Mary credit-union robber remains on the loose, police say

    Lake Mary credit-union robber remains on the loose, police say
    A credit union robber is on the loose after a heist in Lake Mary this morning. A man got away with an undisclosed amount of cash this morning during a robbery at the Central Florida Postal Credit Union. It is located in the U.S. Post Office distribution...
  • Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County receives $35,000 gift, and other company news

    Habitat for Humanity receives $35,000 gift Doylestown Presbyterian Church recently contributed $35,000 to Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County's "House that Faith Built" campaign. This represents the largest contribution to the campaign thus far, and...
  • 'Hooded Bandit' bank robbery suspect embezzled $122K from Postal Service: records

    'Hooded Bandit' bank robbery suspect embezzled $122K from Postal Service: records
    A man who the FBI says admitted to being the “Hooded Bandit,” responsible for eight northwest suburban bank robberies since 2011 served time in federal prison a decade ago for embezzling $122,000 from the U.S. Postal Service, according to...
  • Officials Say Reduced Hours Coming For Poquonock Post Office

    Officials Say Reduced Hours Coming For Poquonock Post Office
    WINDSOR — About 24 Poquonock residents met with postal officials Wednesday to learn the results of a recent survey and discuss the future of their village post office. The U.S. Postal Service had sought comments from its Poquonock customers...
  • LAPD sergeant's daughter faces prison for trying to conceal fatal crash

    LAPD sergeant's daughter faces prison for trying to conceal fatal crash
    A Los Angeles police sergeant's daughter faces two years in prison for trying to cover up a fatal hit-and-run collision with a bicyclist in Gardena, officials said. Vanessa Marie Yanez, 23, pleaded no contest Wednesday to misdemeanor vehicular...
  • A box of mini Oreos for some of America's smallest towns

    A box of mini Oreos for some of America's smallest towns
    On Monday, tiny packages will be shipped to the Village of Palmer, Ill., population 229, to celebrate its small-town status. As one of the most petite places to live in the state, Palmer residents were chosen to receive free pint-sized packages of...
  • Tropico's post office branch stops sorting

    Tropico's post office branch stops sorting
    Tropico's branch of the U.S. Postal Service will stop sorting mail for delivery beginning Saturday as part of ongoing cost-cutting measures, but retail services such as selling stamps and renting P.O. boxes will continue to be offered at the site. The...
  • Believe it: Ripley's contest gets weirdest stuff by mail

    Believe it: Ripley's contest gets weirdest stuff by mail
    The mail coming to Ripley Entertainment these days is just as weird as the company's believe-it-or-not exhibits. A raccoon skull, an unusual set of antlers, a pink hula hoop, a roll of dental floss, a bowl of cereal and a 5-foot-tall inflatable palm...
  • Postal Service criticized for favoring pop culture on stamps

    Postal Service criticized for favoring pop culture on stamps
    Harry Potter, Elvis and Bugs Bunny share one thing in common: Traditional stamp collectors are no fans. Some philatelists say the committee that helps the postmaster general pick new stamps is favoring pop celebrities and fictional characters over...
  • Prominent L.A. developer to build unconventional office at Playa Vista

    Prominent L.A. developer to build unconventional office at Playa Vista
    Robert F. Maguire III, a prominent developer who helped shape L.A.'s skyline in the 1980s and '90s, is back. Maguire led development of several of the city's best-known office buildings including U.S. Bank Tower, the tallest structure in Southern...