U.S. Postal Service
New Hyde Park residents are apparently not alone in their quest for their mail deliveries. Several zip codes across Long Island and the country are seeing inconsistent U.S. mail service.
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.
A Staten Island woman was waiting Friday evening for a very meaningful package that appeared to have been lost in the mail.
What began as complaints about missed mail deliveries in a few Bronx apartment buildings has now blossomed into a large issue affecting an entire ZIP code.
The empty black hole in the mailbox has been a recurring disappointment in parts of the Bronx, most notably in Riverdale, Kingsbridge, Marble Hill, and Van Cortlandt Village. And you’ll never believe the reason why.
Crews worked quickly to rescue the postal worker, who got stuck in four feet of ice water on Shrewsbury Drive in Monmouth Beach.
FedEx, UPS and U.S. Postal Service employees are being warned to be on the alert, that thieves might be following them and then grabbing packages from in front of homes.
A Brooklyn man whose brother’s remains were lost by the U.S. Postal Service received some good news Thursday.
A Brooklyn man whose brother died in California last month is still waiting for his cremated remains to be sent back to our area. He blames the U.S. Postal Service for losing his loved one.
Among the usual bills and junk mail, one woman found a strange package in her mailbox addressed to her son. The priority mail envelope contained a shocking special delivery, heroin.
A ceremony was held Thursday at Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx to give the rare distinction of National Historic Landmark status to a grave site.
The U.S. Postal Service next Saturday, May 11, will hold the annual Stamp Out Hunger event to aid the hungry and homeless on Long Island.
The U.S. Postal Service said a corner mailbox in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn was safe to use Tuesday, after thieves targeted the box in a fishing scheme.
In an announcement Wednesday, postmaster general and CEO Patrick R. Donahoe said the Saturday mail cutback will begin the week of Aug. 5.
Thirteen years after he stood on the podium in Sydney, Lance Armstrong was stripped of his bronze medal from the 2000 Olympics because of doping.