Video: Mail discovered in Baltimore County storm drain

Video: Mail discovered in Baltimore County storm drain

PARKVILLE, Md. – Authorities are investigating how hundreds of pieces of mail ended up in a storm drain in Baltimore County. Residents of Brightoak Road in the Parkville area were upset to learn about the ordeal. “I’m looking at letters, I’m looking at magazines, I’m looking a coupons,” resident Bobby Phillips said. “This is outrageous, […]

Video: Fayetteville postal workers protest downtown facility closure

Video: Fayetteville postal workers protest downtown facility closure

FAYETTEVILLE (WTVD) – 01.12.15 – Marching through a downpour, about 30 postal workers made their way from the Airborne Special Operations Museum to the Green Street Post Office Monday morning. They didn’t mind the rain because 400 good paying, local jobs are at stake, they said. “U.S. Mail is not for sale,” the protesters chanted, […]

Video: Letter Carriers Brave Below Zero Temps

Video: Letter Carriers Brave Below Zero Temps

When the mercury falls below zero, it can prove especially challenging for anyone who has to work outside. That is especially true for mail carriers in Northcentral Wisconsin, who still need to deliver on time no matter what the weather. Read more

Underused Postal Resources Could Benefit Postal Service and U.S. Citizens

As the U.S. Postal Service downsizes its network through consolidations and closures, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) recommends the agency provide the underused resources to federal, state, and municipal agencies. A move to optimize the estimated 24-percent excess space and retail transactional resources could potentially allow the Postal Service to expand citizens’ access to […]

Senators Call on Postmaster General to Extend Closure Moratorium So House Can Consider Senate-Passed Plan to Protect Rural Offices

BAUCUS, TESTER URGE ACTION ON POSTAL REFORM AS MAY 15 DEADLINE APPROACHES Senators Call on Postmaster General to Extend Closure Moratorium So House Can Consider Senate-Passed Plan to Protect Rural Offices May 3, 2012 (Washington, D.C.) – Montana’s U.S. Senators Max Baucus and Jon Tester are urging (PDF) the U.S. Postmaster General to extend the current […]

Eleven New Criminal Enforcement Actions Against Postal Union Representatives or Officers

Criminal Enforcement Actions Against Postal Union Representatives or Officers PEN has found the following new enforcement actions against officers or representatives of postal unions. Please read the explanation of actions taken at the end of this article. On April 9, 2012, in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut, Michael Martin, former […]

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