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    1. BARNARD Castle police are appealing for information after a post office was burgled on Monday morning (July 27).

    2. For weeks, dozens of construction workers from Latin America have streamed onto the site of the Old Post Office Pavilion in downtown Washington and taken pride in their work building one of the city’s newest luxury hotels.

    3. At Trump hotel site, immigrant workers wary

      Washington PostJul 06 06:21 PM

      The mogul/candidate?s rant on border crossers is on the minds of laborers there, some who say they originally came to the country illegally.

    4. This is the dramatic moment a knife-wielding robber was stopped in his tracks by a couple of have-a-go pensioners who barricaded him inside a shop.

    5. 8:17 a.m. — A caller from the 200 block of Dorsey Drive reported a vehicle burglary with cigarettes missing.

    6. Ron Smith, 78, and Robert Anderson, 72, held the door of S and P Convenience store in Pendlebury, Manchester, tightly shut to stop the bungling thief from escaping.

    7. THIS is the moment two plucky pensioners leapt into action to foil a knife-wielding robber.

    8. FRIGHTENED workers ran for their lives as 50ft flames devastated a factory on Isleport Business Park in Highbridge.

    9. Top 10 craft beer pubs in Birmingham

      The GuardianJul 20 10:00 PM

      As craft beer fans head to the Birmingham Beer Bash this weekend, we go in search of the pubs serving the city’s superlative ales This pub is a five-minute bus journey from town towards Aston, but well worth the detour (you could walk, but New Town Row is hardly scenic). “One of the most beautiful pub interiors in the country,” claims the website, and that is no idle boast. The Barton Arms is a...

    10. AP-AK--Alaska News Coverage Advisory-Saturday, AK

      The Washington TimesJul 04 02:30 PM

      Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Alaska. Questions about coverage plans are welcome and should be directed to the AP-Anchorage bureau at 800-770-7549 or at News Editor Mark Thiessen can be reached at 907-272-7549 or A reminder this information is not ...

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