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Mail Carrier Robbed

Mail carrier robbed in North Miami by 2 men by WSVN Channel 7 News NORTH MIAMI, Fla. (WSVN) — A female mail carrier was robbed by two men early Thursday afternoon. The U.S. Postal Service said the carrier was unlocking a community mailbox at an apartment complex at 1050 N.E. 127th Court in North Miami […]

USPS to Include Basic Financial Services?

Rep. Richmond Introduces Bill to Expand USPS to Include Basic Financial Services by Representative Cedrick Richmond’s website Washington, DC – Today, Rep. Richmond (LA-02) introduced a bill that would expand access to basic financial services to millions of Americans and provide a venerable and struggling American institution an opportunity to generate billions of dollars in […]

USPS Helps Wishes Come True

Danny’s getting the best birthday ever by the Boston Herald When 5-year-old Danny Nickerson, who is battling brain cancer, told his family that he only wanted birthday cards for his sixth birthday, they never thought he’d get so many that they’d swamp the Foxboro Post Office. But that’s exactly what happened. As word of Danny’s […]

Letter Carrier Not Guilty

Post office worker found not guilty of theft by the Lincoln Journal Star A federal jury in Lincoln Thursday found a longtime Ogallala postal carrier not guilty of theft of mail by a postal employee. In an opening statement Monday, Cynthia Jo Seitler’s attorney, Korey Reiman, called it the case of the missing case: a […]

USPS Emergency Drill

USPS emergency drill prepares workers for real event Reported by WCSH6 HAMPDEN, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — If a suspicious package shows up at the United States Postal Service facility on Penobscot Meadow Drive in Hampden, there is a disaster plan ready to be put into effect. Making sure that everything is done by the book […]

Donahoe Supports Delivery Swap

USPS supports five-day delivery swap with highway fund boost By Lisa Rein, Washington Post A plan from House Republicans to buoy the nearly-empty highway trust fund with savings from eliminating Saturday mail delivery has struck many observers as an odd idea — a budget accounting trick that would finance road projects by preventing a future […]

Postal Worker Attacked

by La’Tasha Givens, KFOR News Channel 4 SPENCER, Okla. – A Spencer mail carrier was attacked on his delivery route. Trekking through severe weather and fighting off dogs and wildlife are all part of the job for a postal worker. It’s rare they have to run away from a homeowner. But it happened to one […]

Mailcarrier Robbed

By Michael Harthorne, TUKWILA, Wash. — A mail carrier was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday afternoon outside an apartment building in Tukwila, according to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service. The robbery took place around 12:30 p.m. at 5715 S. 152nd Pl. According to the Inspection Service, the letter carrier was not hurt, but the gunman […]

Postoffice Cutting Hours

as reported on STEELES TAVERN, Va. (WHSV)– As part of a plan to save the United States Postal Service $500 million annually, the USPS will be cutting one local post office’s hours in half, which is making many Augusta County residents upset. “The postal service have got to start thinking like business people. You […]

Cash Stolen from Cards

as reported by 11 Alive, Atlanta CANTON, Ga. — Some Cherokee County residents say cash was stolen from cards they had mailed to recent high school graduates. “I know you shouldn’t, but I think kids are usually a lot more excited to get money than a check,” Donna Devery, of Cherokee County, told 11Alive News […]

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