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POSTED: Wednesday, May 28, 2014, 11:15 AM

The preliminary hearing for a Roslyn couple accused of passing counterfeit money is scheduled for June 11 in district court, according to court records.

The Abington Police Department started its investigation after Angela Mazzoni, 35, bought water ice on May 22  at the Rita's Water Ice on Easton Road in Glenside, paying for it with what later was determined to be a phony $10 bill.  The next day, police searched her home and found 265 counterfeit $10 bills and about $6,000 in genuine currency. Mazzoni and her husband, David Mazzoni, 35, were arrested at the home.

Charges against Angela Mazzoni include eight felony counts of two different types of forgery. David Maazoni's charges include two felony counts of forgery and one felony count of conspiracy.

POSTED: Thursday, May 8, 2014, 11:22 AM

What do old Inquirer newspaper vending boxes and the Norristown Arts Hill Festival that was held Saturday have in common? It's a marriage made in metal, with creativity officiating. Take a look for yourself on The Inquirer blog, The Talk. This entry was posted Wednesday. I love all of the creative ways artists used the boxes, but I'm especially fond of the first robot. Here's The Link to The Talk.

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