Postal Worker, 3 Men Charged In Theft Of Blank Money OrdersU.S. Postal Service employee Marc Saunders is accused of stealing a money order imprinting machine and more than 180 blank money orders.
New USPS Stamps Lets You Feel Texture Of Sports BallsThe U.S. Postal Service will soon release their new line of Forever Stamps that have an unusual feel to them.
Philly Ranked 14th In Dog Attacks On Postal Carriers Last YearLos Angeles tops that nationwide list, while Philadelphia ranked 14th for the number of reported dog attacks on postal carriers in 2016.
Holiday Shipping Deadlines For USPS, FedEx, And UPSShipping deadlines are nearing for people who need to mail their holiday gifts to loved ones to get them there on time for Christmas and Chanukah.
$50K Reward Offered In Armed Robbery Of USPS Letter CarrierThe USPS letter carrier was robbed on March 3, 2015 around 12:45 p.m. near the intersection of North 20th Street and West Cumberland in Philadelphia.
USPS Delivery Dates & DeadlinesThe organization offered some guidelines and facts on the season, including the busiest delivery days.
Illegal And Regulated MailingsThere are three basic types of mail that are regulated: hazardous, restricted, and perishable material.
Caught On Tape: Woman Steals USPS Package Delivered To South Philly HomePhiladelphia police are searching for the female who was caught on tape stealing a package that was delivered to a home.
USPS: Houston Leads The Pack In Dog Attacks; Philly 15thThe 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.
Postal Workers Protest Move By USPS To Open Service Counters At Staples StoresPostal 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.
Many Philadelphia Post Offices Closing Early Due To Inclement WeatherTrying to beat the crowds and get your holiday cards mailed out on this snowy Tuesday? You might want to reconsider.
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.”

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