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Visit your post office without leaving home

Visit your post office without leaving home

Need stamps but don’t want to leave the house? Go to usps.com/shop. Need to send a package but can’t leave the office? Go to usps.com/shipping. Need to track a package or find a ZIP Code while sitting in a meeting? Use the Postal Service’s mobile applications. The Postal Service is providing access to postal products and services when and where its customers want them and the “electronic post office” is open 24/7 to meet that need.<?xml:namespace prefix = o />

“We know our customers are busy people and they need simple solutions to conduct their postal business,” said Kelly Sigmon, vice president, Channel Access.

New Movies: Jumping the Broom, Something Borrowed, Thor, More

New Movies: Jumping the Broom, Something Borrowed, Thor, More

New in theaters this week: I Am, Jumping the Broom, Something Borrowed, The Music Never Stopped, and Thor.

New Movies: Arthur, Hanna, Jane Eyre, Soul Surfer, Your Highness, More

New Movies: Arthur, Hanna, Jane Eyre, Soul Surfer, Your Highness, More

This week's fresh crop of films includes Jane Eyre, Arthur, Your Highness, Soul Surfer, Hanna and more.

Don't forget to spring forward

Don't forget to spring forward

Daylight Saving Time begins this weekend. Don't forget to set your clocks ahead one hour before bed Saturday, March 12!

Anthology offers opportunity for Arkansas authors

Anthology offers opportunity for Arkansas authors

JONESBORO, Ark.

School closings in your area

School closings in your area

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Schools across the state are shutting their doors in preparation for the winter storm. Watch Today's THV or log on to www.todaysthv.com for the latest updates on school and business closings in your area.

Protect your taps from the extreme freeze

Protect your taps from the extreme freeze

LITTLE ROCK — With temperatures in the forecast to dip near single-digit, residents especially should take precaution tonight against waking up to the inconvenience and hazard of frozen water pipes in their homes.

Central Arkansas Water recommends that customers leave a thin stream of water running continuously from cold-water taps in their homes tonight to protect household plumbing from freezing.  The small but steady flow of moving water is less likely to freeze and serves to protect the water pipes.

Customers may obtain a list of freeze precaution tips at http://www.carkw.com/bill_inserts.asp.

A customer who needs emergency assistance with shutting off water service because of burst or leaking plumbing should call CAW at (501) 377.1239.  Utility personnel are available 24 hours a day to respond to emergencies.