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Since 1901, Annapolis residents and downtown workers have been dropping off letters and buying stamps at the brick Georgian Revival-style post office on Church Circle. But not for much longer. A vote by the state's Board of Public Works on Wednesday...
On May 21, the primary elections for the Richland School District’s Board of Directors will be held, and candidates say they are focusing on the school budget. This year, there are four four-year positions and one two-year position open. The...
Tags: Elections, Primaries, Business, Politics, Board of Directors
"Wanted: Single man, not over 25 years, to drive automobile in head-on collision with another car at the Albion Fairgrounds in connection with the Congress of Daredevils on August 19. Must crash with another car at 40 mph and give unconditional release in...
In an attempt to ensure that a federal court remains in Aberdeen, city council members Wednesday took the first step toward buying the old federal building. Council members unanimously approved what's called a resolution of necessity. It does not...
Tags: Trials, Justice System, Rentals, Crime, Law and Justice, Lawyers
Sometimes when dog bites man, it is news. The United States Postal Service released Wednesday its "top dog attack city rankings" with a "most vicious" Los Angeles topping the list. The City of Angels saw 69 dog attacks on postal employees in the...
Tags: Google+, Mail Order Industry, Animal Attacks
Maryland officials agreed Wednesday to buy the historic Annapolis post office building from the U.S. Postal Service for use as part of the government complex surrounding the State House. Without dissent, the three-member Board of Public Works agreed to...
The Baltimore SunSeveral unscrupulous companies are circulating materials in the Baltimore area that are aimed at taking advantage of homeowners, according to St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center, a Baltimore charity that counsels home buyers and people facing foreclosure....
Tags: Trials, Mortgages, Justice System, Corporate Crime, Fraud
Top state officials will decide Wednesday whether to buy the Annapolis post office on Church Circle to use it for government offices. The Board of Public Works -- comprised of the governor, comptroller and treasurer -- will vote on spending $3.2 million...
The U.S. Postal Service lost $1.9 billion during its second quarter -- and losses will continue mounting if Congress doesn't pass legislation giving the beleaguered mail carrier more flexibility in how it runs its operations, the postmaster general said...
The U.S. Postal Service lost $1.9 billion in its second quarter, as the agency cut employees' work hours but struggled with an ongoing drop in mail volumes, the cash-strapped agency announced on Friday. The loss for the quarter ended March 31 was an...
The mobile post office unit which has been traveling to Ipswich will have Saturday hours, said Karen Fredrickson, manager of marketing for the U.S. Postal Service Dakotas District. The unit will be parked in front of the Ipswich Post Office at 336 First...
WASHINGTON — With a wide grin and a quick step, letter carrier Kenny Clark brings more than the day's mail to the people on his route in suburban Maryland. Clark, 49, greets nearly everyone he sees by name. He puts packages under eaves on overcast...
May 16, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
May 13, 2013 |Story| Daily American
May 25, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
May 15, 2013 |Story| Aberdeen News
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May 24, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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May 10, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
May 10, 2013 |Story| Hartford Courant
May 10, 2013 |Story| Aberdeen News
May 27, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
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