In the last week we’ve learned a lot about what’s acceptable to bring into a courtroom. Heroin: Good. Tylenol: Bad.
A Queens Criminal Court was sent into a panic yesterday after the cold medicine was mistaken for anthrax.
The Tylenol had been mailed from one assistant district attorney to another Read More
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Talk about the lost and found.
A Greenwich Village woman was surprised earlier this year when she opened her mailbox to find a hand-written letter from 1944.
“I hardly ever get real letters– maybe once in awhile from my mom or family, so as I was spreading out the pile, I wasn’t expecting much more than LL Read More
At least one of the 1,700-plus apartments at Gateway Plaza, the gated six-tower rental complex on South End Avenue, hasn’t been getting all its letters, checks, DVDs, and magazines lately. "[T]he substitute mail carrier handling the mail in the building has decided to send all mail addressed to tenants whose name he does not recognize Read More