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USPS: Houston Leads The Pack In Dog Attacks; Philly 15th

The United States Postal Service released its annual list of cities with the most dog attacks on its employees and this year’s winner (or loser) is … Houston.

05/14/2014

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Postal Workers Protest Move By USPS To Open Service Counters At Staples Stores

Postal workers gather outside the distribution center in Northeast Philadlephia to protest a move by the US Postal Service to open service counters in Staples office supply stores.

04/24/2014

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Many Philadelphia Post Offices Closing Early Due To Inclement Weather

Trying to beat the crowds and get your holiday cards mailed out on this snowy Tuesday? You might want to reconsider.

12/10/2013

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Financially-strapped U.S. Postal Service Looks To Lease Mail Delivery Vans

“Currently, there are no leased minivans or cargo vans in the fleet,” the ad says, but “presently, there are not sufficient capital funds to purchase new equipment.”

09/12/2013

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Philadelphia Ranks High For Dog Attacks Nationwide

The USPS information was released in advance of National Dog Bite Awareness Week, which runs from May 19 – 25.

05/17/2013

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USPS Releases Dates For Delivery In Time For The Holidays

The United States Postal Service has released its shipping and mailing dates to ensure delivery in time for the holidays.

11/08/2012

(The Benjamin Franklin Post Office, near 3rd and Market Streets in Old City Philadelphia.   Credit: Ed Fischer)

Several Philadelphia-Area Post Offices Being Studied For Closure

Among the best known local post offices on the list are the Benjamin Franklin post office in Old City, and ones in Manayunk, Roxborough, East Germantown, 30th Street train station, Overbrook, and St. Davids.

07/26/2011

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3 On Your Side: Package Shipping Test

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Are you planning to ship any gifts to your family and friends this holiday season? Well, did you ever wonder what happened to those packages? The folks at Popular Mechanics did. So […]

12/06/2010

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