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  • Historic preservation agency seeks halt in post office sales

    Historic preservation agency seeks halt in post office sales
    SAN FRANCISCO -- The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation has issued a report to Congress that criticizes the U.S. Postal Service's disposal of historic properties and calls for suspension of all sales until a host of recommendations are implemented....
  • Comments sought about relocation of Davie postal facility

    Comments sought about relocation of Davie postal facility
    The U.S. Postal Service wants to hear from the public before deciding on a new location for a Davie postal facility. The proposed relocation is for the Westside station at 11600 W. State Road 84. The reason for the move: the lease on the current 18,840-...
  • Spring Cleaning For The Soul

    No. 1. I will stop purchasing objects from flea markets, antique fairs and on-line dealers in a thinly disguised quest for my long lost and occasionally misspent youth. I will remind myself that buying a small nearly empty bottle containing six whiffs...
  • Couple says postal worker killed pet dog

    Couple says postal worker killed pet dog
    A Texas couple says a postal worker killed their pet dog with a rock when the 5-year-old Yorkshire terrier escaped from their yard, according to the Star-Telegram. Lawrence Brown says the dog was always friendly and never aggressive. He believes the dog...
  • The 'gem' of the passport office

    The 'gem' of the passport office
    Laurel resident Joan Anderson is the "gem" that former Laurel Director of Communications Peter Piringer credits with helping to establish the passport services office at the Laurel Municipal Center, which serves as City Hall. Anderson, 82, relocated...
  • Notorious Bandit Killed New Britain Officer, Then Cursed The Hangman

    Notorious Bandit Killed New Britain Officer, Then Cursed The Hangman
    Years before John Dillinger, "Baby Face" Nelson and "Pretty Boy" Floyd, there was Gerald Chapman. Chapman — dubbed "Public Enemy No. 1" by both the press and authorities prior to the FBI's official use of the phrase — was criminally active...
  • Downtown Columbia post office staying

    The U.S. Postal Service has signed a lease that will keep the post office in downtown Columbia in its current spot for five more years, a USPS spokeswoman said Thursday. The post office is on the ground floor of the American City Building, which...
  • Supreme Court sides with airline against booted frequent flier

    Supreme Court sides with airline against booted frequent flier
    WASHINGTON — Airline customers complain about being mistreated daily, but Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg took his grievance all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Unfortunately for Ginsberg, the court sided Wednesday with Northwest Airlines Inc.,...
  • Google and Amazon launch same-day delivery in L.A. area

    Google and Amazon launch same-day delivery in L.A. area
    Google and Amazon are going head to head over Los Angeles shoppers, launching same-day delivery services in the area within days of each other. Google said Sunday it is expanding its Google Shopping Express program to West Los Angeles and Manhattan from...
  • 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' premiere slings a glitzy web

    'Amazing Spider-Man 2' premiere slings a glitzy web
    NEW YORK -- “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” is one of the splashiest of the many action-adventures to debut this moviegoing season, so it’s fitting that it had a premiere to match. On Thursday night outside this city’s landmark...
  • Baltimore oriole featured in new Songbirds Forever Stamps collection

    Baltimore oriole featured in new Songbirds Forever Stamps collection
    The Baltimore oriole -- the Maryland state bird and namesake for our beloved baseball team -- has made the cut as one of the 10 birds featured on the U.S. Postal Service's Songbirds Forever Stamps. Other featured songbirds include the American goldfinch,...