U.S. Postal Service Dropping Price Of Stamps By Two CentsBeginning Sunday, the price of a first-class stamp drops two cents, to 47 cents. U.S. Postal Service says the drop in stamp prices will cost them $2 billion a year in losses.
U.S. Postal Service Apologizes After NY Residents Receive Bloody MailA Postal Service spokeswoman said the blood was from a mail carrier who suffered a cut finger after a vehicle accident with a truck on Tuesday.
2 NYC Postal Workers Charged With Stealing, Trashing Mail In Separate CasesBoth men face up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
Officials: 6 US Postal Service Trucks Damaged In Chelsea FireThe blaze broke out around 10:30 p.m. Saturday at a postal facility on 11th Avenue in Chelsea.
Long Island Postal Workers Rally Against Cuts To Benefits, WagesAmerican Postal Workers Union employees on Long Island are currently working without a contract, with negotiations soon to go to arbitration.
Common Street Names With The Same Zip Code Create Confusion On Long IslandMaple Avenue and Park Place are common street names, but in one Long Island community, multiple Maples and other common names share the same zip code.
Mailman In The Bronx Accused In Bogus Tax Return SchemeOscar Lopez, 36, was charged Thursday with conspiracy and theft of government funds
US Postal Service Food Drive SaturdayIt's the annual Stamp Out Hunger National Food Drive, and Island Harvest CEO Randi Shubin-Dresner is encouraging people to help feed the needy.
Westchester County Residents Say Postal Service Is Falling Down On JobSome Westchester County residents are the latest to say that mail service has gone from predictable to sporadic, and that the Post Office is falling down on some of its basic duties.
Staten Island Postal Worker Accused Of Hoarding Mail He Was Supposed To DeliverA U.S. Postal worker in Staten Island was charged Friday with dumping mail in his girlfriend’s apartment and never delivering it to its intended recipients.
N.J. Antique Shop At Odds With Post Office After Package Delivered DamagedFor more than two decades, an elderly couple in New Jersey has relied on the U.S. Postal Service for their business. But now, their relationship with the post office is broken after an expensive package was crushed, CBS2’s Meg Baker reported.
Postal Service Kicks Off 102nd Annual 'Operation Santa' In NYCTuesday marks the start of the U.S. Postal Service's 102nd annual "Operation Santa Adopt-a-Letter" program.

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