Door-to-door mail delivery could become a thing of the past. A U.S. House committee approved a bill that would change delivery to “cluster box” pick-ups.
Postal workers around the country protested in front of Staples stores on Thursday, objecting to the U.S. Postal Service’s pilot program to open counters in stores, staffed with retail employees.
The term ‘snail mail’ has taken on a new meaning for a Brooklyn woman who recently received a birthday card that was 45 years too late.
Some Long Island residents think the U.S. Postal Service’s motto needs to be revised. That’s because snow, rain and gloom of night have been getting in the way of their mail deliveries.
Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night will keep a postal carrier from delivering your mail.
But lack of money might.
More than a month after superstorm Sandy ravaged the city, its post office is back in business and residents couldn’t be more grateful.
The unofficial motto of the U.S. Postal Service reads: Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds. But that motto says nothing about what happens when a mail carrier goes on vacation. Residents of a Jersey City apartment building said when their letter carrier took a week off, so did their mail delivery.
Police in Lake Peekskill are still on the hunt for the man who held up the post office on Lake Drive.
A New Jersey post office held a ceremony Tuesday to honor a mail carrier for his efforts in rescuing an elderly grandmother on his route.
New York postal officials say their Santa program is the largest in the country and gets about 500,000 letters a year from needy children.
Postal officials and political leaders attended a Saturday ceremony to rename the Westwood Post Office for Marine Sgt. Christopher R. Hrbek, who was killed in Afghanistan by an I.E.D.
A post office worker who was late for his job is thanking his lucky stars.
Authorities quarantined an area on Long Island for four hours after a suspicious substance was found in the car of a female fugitive.
Friends, leaders and lawmakers burst into applause as Geraldine Ferraro unveiled a plaque to give a Long Island City post office her name.