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September 8, 2001
Ryan Carter BURBANK -- A 55-year-old Burbank man has pleaded not guilty to allegations that he shot and killed his 34-year-old nephew, officials said. Phillip Norman Perry pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Burbank Superior Court to one count of murder, said Sandi Gibbons, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office. Perry, a U.S. Postal Service mail carrier in Burbank, was arrested and charged with the alleged shooting death of his nephew, Phillip Andrew Perry, who suffered six shots to the head, chest and legs after an argument over the younger Perry's moving into his uncle's home in the 2200 block of North Keystone Street, police said.
April 6, 2005
Direct mail focus of lecture The United States Postal Service is having a seminar on direct mail and building and maintaining customer relationships. The seminar will be at 7:30 a.m. Thursday at the Burbank Hilton at 2500 Hollywood Way. "Advertising with Mail -- Made Easy" will show businesspeople how they can create successful direct-mail programs. The seminar will explain how to design a campaign, use the Internet to build a campaign, obtain mail lists, understand printing and lettershop operations and proper mail preparation.
By Jeremy Oberstein | May 5, 2008
BURBANK — Postal crates are about to get a little heavier, as a food drive benefiting the Burbank Temporary Aid Center is set for Saturday across the city. The 16th annual Stamp Out Hunger campaign, run by the National Assn. of Letter Carriers, is the nation’s largest single-day food drive and aims to collect more than 30,000 pounds of food for the aid center, officials said. The letter carriers, a branch of the United States Postal Service, ask that residents leave nonperishable food items next to mailboxes before mail is usually delivered.
August 17, 2012
A 47-year-old U.S. postal worker was arrested Friday morning after detectives allegedly observed him purchasing prescription drugs while inside his postal vehicle. Craig Godshall, of Burbank, was parked around 9 a.m. near 600 North Whitnall Highway when Burbank police officers conducting a narcotics investigation saw an alleged sale happening, according to police. Godshall was wearing his uniform and on duty at the time of the incident, Burbank Police Sgt. Darin Ryburn said. He allegedly purchased an unknown amount of Vicodin, said Ryburn.
January 9, 2012
American Airlines , which filed for bankruptcy protection in November, is closing its operations at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank and ending flights from Dallas-Fort Worth to New Delhi . In addition to closing operations at those two airports, the airline said it plans to cut 150 positions. "Our objective is to make our company competitive and more efficient in an increasingly challenging industry," the airline said in a statement Monday. The flights from Bob Hope Airport will end Feb.
August 22, 2001
Lolita Harper BURBANK -- Although Burbank residents use mail services every day, few people know how their local post office is run. Before mail ends up in one of the thousands of mailboxes that line the streets of Burbank, it has been through a processing plant in Santa Clarita, where most of it is sorted by route and delivered to the local office. Burbank carriers then sort the rest by hand and head out to their routes, said David Mazer, spokesman for the Southern California region of the U.S. Postal Service.
By Alene Tchekmedyian, | January 30, 2014
The Glenoaks Post Office closed its doors last month and its two employees were reassigned to nearby branches after more than two years of hand-wringing by residents . The move will reportedly save the cash-strapped U.S. Postal Service $740,270 in utility, transportation and maintenance costs over the next decade. The agency also plans to sell the building, located at 1634 N. San Fernando Blvd., which will bring in an additional chunk of revenue, said U.S. Postal Service spokesman Richard Maher.
By Alene Tchekmedyian, | June 21, 2013
After two years of hand-wringing by residents, the Glenoaks post office in Burbank will be closed and its two employees will be reassigned, the U.S. Postal Service confirmed Friday. The news comes less than two months after Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) called the potential closure “misguided,” adding that it would “degrade the quality of service and further debilitate an important and historic part of American life.” In a statement issued on Friday, Schiff reiterated those sentiments, adding that, over the long term, “it is a slow death by a thousand cuts.” “Instead, the Postal Service should work with Congress to pursue a larger, more comprehensive approach to its financial health,” he said.
By Christopher Cadelago | March 11, 2009
BURBANK — The United States Postal Service is studying the possibility of shuttering the Glenoaks Station Post Office at the end of the year and merging its operations with Burbank’s main postal station on Hollywood Way. The news comes less than one month after U.S. Postal Service officials announced plans to close the Magnolia Park Post Office at the end of the year. The decision to possibly halve the number of Burbank post offices, from four to two, is part of a cost-cutting measure, U.S. Postal Service spokesman Richard Maher said.
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