U.S. Postal Service
Maple 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.
Oscar Lopez, 36, was charged Thursday with conspiracy and theft of government funds
It’s the annual Stamp Out Hunger National Food Drive, and Island Harvest CEO Randi Shubin-Dresner is encouraging people to help feed the needy.
Some 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.
A 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.
For 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.
Tuesday marks the start of the U.S. Postal Service’s 102nd annual “Operation Santa Adopt-a-Letter” program.
Amid the hustle and bustle on Financial District streets, a different type of neighbor takes up space.
The U.S. Postal Service has suspended delivery to four Rochelle Park homes after a dog attacked a mail carrier.
Juan Valdez is accused of smuggling large quantities of cocaine and oxycodone from Puerto Rico to New York using the U.S. Postal Service.
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.
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.