• USPS participated in last week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), where the organization showcased digital offerings like Informed Delivery and generated new business.

  • The “We ReDeliver for You!” form redesign is part of the Postal Service’s ongoing efforts to improve customers’ experiences. Beginning Jan. 21, the revised forms will be used nationwide.

  • “The USPS, though at the top of the list in 2017, joins the Environmental Protection Agency and the Food and Drug Administration and the FBI in not receiving significantly higher ratings this year than in 2014,” Gallup said in a news release Jan. 2.

  • Along with political coverage and analysis generally regarded as top-flight, The Washington Times apparently also possesses a good sense of humor.  In late December it ran a cartoon in which Santa suggested that other than around Christmas, nobody much uses the U.S. Postal Service.

  • According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office, the victim was delivering mail near 1281 NW 30th Terrace, on Dec. 22, when she got out of her truck to reach the far away mailboxes. As she was placing the mail inside the mailboxes, she said a man grabbed her arm and turned her around.

  • 01/16/2018 - On Jan. 12, the Clerk Craft and the USPS agreed on a $36 million remedy settlement for the Postal Service’s violations regarding the Sales Retention Team (SRT) Pilot Program. The money will be distributed among Clerk Craft employees to be identified by the National APWU.

  • On Tuesday, two packages were expected. A lot of money was in play. Accordingly, authorities wrote in the paperwork, Mr. Garcia was concerned when Mr. Cruz related that the packages weren’t there and his route was to change.

  • RYE, NH— A mail truck crashed into a building on Parsons Road Tuesday afternoon, police said. Officials said the initial investigation revealed the driver of the postal truck suffered a medical emergency, lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a large shed next to a home.

  • A Hot Springs, AR, letter carrier was recently caught on video making the Postal Service proud. Steven “J.R.” Reynolds was delivering mail after a storm when he noticed a U.S. flag had been blown off a house.

  • The Postal Service is continuing to test new equipment that makes it easier for customers in retail lobbies to drop off packages for shipment. The Automated Package Drop (APD) self-service machines allow customers to mail pre-paid and merchandise return parcels at their convenience.

  • Emergency dispatchers told News 8 a U.S. mail tractor-trailer slid into a barrier wall just before 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, near the interchange with Route 222.

  • The Postal Service has notified NALC that the retroactive payments for city carrier assistants (CCAs) resulting from implementation of the 2016-2019 National Agreement will be delayed by one pay period.

  • One of USPS’s major responsibilities is to ensure these facilities are as safe as they can be, to protect the mail, the employees who work there, and the customers who visit every day. To meet these goals, the Postal Service relies on its managers and the Postal Inspection Service.

  • Legal claims challenging the conduct of the 2017 contract ratification vote have been dismissed by the U.S. District Court in Washington D.C.  The court’s order, issued January 4, found that those claims are now moot.

  • The Postal Service is reminding employees to keep their mailing addresses updated with USPS. This allows the organization to communicate with you, including sending you information about health benefits and other important topics.


2017 LLV Fires

These are stats for LLV fires so far in 2017. Keep in mind if it wasn't reported to the media, it will not be included in this list.

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